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Samsung cancelling Galaxy S22 FE and Fan Edition lineup | Report

16 June 2022 0

Over the past few years, Android flagships have become a lot more expensive and easily cost around $1,000 to own. It means not everyone who wants a flagship experience is able to afford them. This is where Samsung's Fan Edition smartphones come into the picture as they allow users to have a premium-level device without breaking the bank.

It started with the release of the Galaxy S20 FE in 2020 which was well received by users, especially Samsung Galaxy fans. Its successor Galaxy S21 FE got delayed by a whole year and arrived earlier this year. Fans were now waiting for the Galaxy S22 FE but as per the new report, Samsung has decided to cancel the phone as well as the whole lineup itself.

The report cites multiple sources to claim that Samsung has no intentions of releasing the Galaxy S22 FE. There are no concrete details about the reason behind the cancellation but a few speculations are there. It is believed that Galaxy S21 FE launch delays have played a crucial role in the decision to pull the plug on the whole series.

This is not surprising as Galaxy S21 FE failed to attract users in significant numbers. This is primarily because by the time it hit the stores, Samsung was already ready to announce the Galaxy S22 series within a few weeks. It did not make much sense for buyers to spend on a device arriving a year late, especially when the next-gen flagship is also around the corner. We will have to wait for official statement from Samsung to get a better idea of the situation.


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