- Samsung enthusiasts are signing a petition to get new Galaxy Word telephones instead of Galaxy S flagships subsequent 12 months.(*20*)
- The petition already has hundreds of signatures.(*20*)
- It urges Samsung to change between flagship lineups to stay all of them alive.(*20*)
It can be a shot at midnight, however they’re going for it nonetheless. Enthusiasts are petitioning Samsung to convey again the (*10*)Galaxy Word sequence as early as the primary part of subsequent 12 months when it’s generally time for brand new Galaxy S sequence flagships to release.
“The Galaxy Word lineup of smartphones is beloved by means of hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts all over the world, and so they had been beautiful upset when Samsung stated it wouldn’t be launching a brand new Word flagship in 2021, partially on account of the chip scarcity that has gripped the business,” the petition notes.
People signing the petition believe iandroid.eu(*18*) that Samsung “may stay all of its flagship lineups alive by means of alternating between them, all whilst preserving all of its enthusiasts glad on the identical time!” Over 8,000 folks have already signed the petition that goals 10,000 signatures. A (*9*)ballot carried out on iandroid.eu(*18*) additionally discovered that our readers sought after Samsung to release a Galaxy Word telephone this 12 months.
Must Samsung ditch Galaxy S22 for brand new Galaxy Word telephones?
It sort of feels extremely not likely that Samsung can pay any heed to requests of dumping the Galaxy S22 sequence in choose of Word telephones. The corporate’s new foldables received’t be a lot older than six months by the point the brand new Galaxy S sequence arrives. But even so that, the Galaxy S21 sequence has carried out (*8*)rather smartly for Samsung given its decrease pricing in comparison to the S20 sequence. Samsung would most probably wish to proceed that streak with the S22 telephones.
What do you suppose Samsung must do? Must it exchange the Galaxy S22 lineup with new Galaxy Word telephones or now not? Vote in our ballot above and drop a line within the feedback segment.