It has been previously reported that Samsung intends to cancel the production of the Galaxy S22 FE, and may even cancel the main "cost-effective" series in the future.

Fortunately, there has been news recently that Samsung does not plan to cancel the FE series models, but chooses to suspend the release this year in order to concentrate resources on increasing the production of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. If the news is true, the next-generation model will be the Galaxy S23 FE launched in 2023.

After launching the Galaxy S22 Ultra in February this year, annual sales are expected to reach about 11 million units. In order to ensure a sufficient and stable supply, Samsung had to choose to give up the Galaxy S22 FE.

In fact, Samsung had planned to produce about 3 million units of the Galaxy S22 FE cost-effective sub-flagship machine, but due to the tight supply of chips this year, Samsung had to face a choice.

There are two reasons for Samsung to abandon the Galaxy S22 FE. The first is that the series may suffer from poor overall series sales due to a shortage of chips, and instead focus resources on the production of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, making it Samsung's best-selling smartphone this year.

The second is because the Galaxy S22 Ultra uses Samsung's 4nm process Exynos 2200 or Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, and the performance is not satisfactory. If the Samsung Galaxy S22 FE is equipped with the TSMC process Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, it will definitely affect the sales of other models. After all, lower prices get higher performance, and consumers will definitely choose to buy the Galaxy S22 FE.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE will be released in the second half of next year, and Samsung is still planning to produce 3 million units. The mobile phone may be equipped with the Exynos 2300's 3nm GAA chip process, which can increase yield, improve mobile phone performance and power efficiency.


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