In 2020, Samsung’s Fan Edition made a big splash, but a year later, the follow-up seemed like a pointless gadget. The Galaxy S22 FE’s demise has been suggested by a few reports, but a recent report appears to put an end to those worries.
The Galaxy S22 FE has reportedly been formally discontinued by Samsung as of this week, according to TheElec , even if the company hasn’t explicitly stated as much. It appears that no more work is being done on the upper-midrange smartphone.
It appears that Samsung has switched the chipsets designated for the Galaxy S22 FE to the Galaxy S22 Ultra in particular and the remainder of the Galaxy S22 series. Given the continued chip shortage and the relatively good sales of that phone, it makes perfect sense for Samsung to focus more of its resources on what customers want.
This year, Samsung is anticipated to sell more than 10 million Galaxy S22 Ultra handsets.
Despite this, Samsung appears to still be planning to continue the Fan Edition series in 2019, with a Galaxy S23 FE on the horizon and plans to make three million devices.
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