If you’re debating whether or not to buy the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra when it becomes available for pre-order, you might want to act quickly before supplies run out.
Customers may face delays of up to three months, according to South Korean leaker Dohyun Kim, who tweeted the news. As a result of Samsung’s belief that demand for the S22 Ultra will exceed the company’s initial supply by a wide margin,
Even if you’re skeptical that such a high-end phone would be desirable, consider that it could appeal to fans of both the Ultra range and the Note range, and that’s a lot of people.
Although Kim doesn’t appear to be sure that the supply problems are as bad as their tweet suggested, she does say that delivery will only take three months “if bad.”
If Kim’s information is correct, even if the delay isn’t that long, some buyers may face a delay. Despite their lack of experience, we’ll take this with a grain of salt for the time being.