Well, I guess we will find out, one way or the other, in the next 14 to 21 days.
I do read articles like these as it's important to me to try and get an overview of other people's opinions and thought's on devices @ironass
Thank you for sharing 👍
However I don't let them entirely influence my decision making.
I do my due diligence before any purchase.
I have peace of mind that Samsung UK provide a 21 day returns period.
Owners are experiencing different user experiences with both the Exynos and SnapDragon SoC variants of this phone and indeed if you look back at past threads on this forum and other forums along with tech articles and YouTube it's pretty been much the same with most devices launched.
It's always been the same whether it's a Samsung phone , iPhone or Huawei etc.
Now I in no way dismiss the experiences people are experiencing with their phone's whether it be the s²² Series or past phone's or other makes and models.
I don't disbelieve or dismiss anyones personal findings and nor do I make a judgement on what action they take.
All I can report back is what I'm experiencing with my phone.
We all set them up differently, use them differently and transfer information from one phone to another differently so the variables are immense.
Sometimes buyers remorse plays a part.
Like @Glenntech if I entirely took on-board the comments and opinions in connection to the Samsung Z Fold³ I wouldn't have been able to experience what this powerful device brings.
Just my 2 cents.
In conclusion if a phone does not tick my wants and needs I won't buy it in the first place or if it fails in someway that can't be remedied in my personal opinion then I'll return it.
The beauty of forums like this is that we can share opinions and constructive comments which I hope gives good feedback to Samsung.
Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²³ Ultra 512Gb in Phantom Black.
The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I'm here to help. " This is the way. "
The Note 20 Ultra exynos was unusable for varous reasons. Hopefully Samsung aren't making the same mistake all over again.
Current builds for the Samsung S22 Ultra Exynos and Snapdragon models are...
EXYNOS (S908B) EUROPEAN
Build date = 08 JAN 2022
Android Security patch = 01 JAN 2022
SNAPDRAGON (S908E) INTERNATIONAL
Build date = 07 FEB 2022
Android Security patch = 01 FEB 2022
Hopefully, this means a very quick release for the Exynos (S908B) model to at least bring the February Security patch to it.