Samsung’s snazzy new Galaxy S22 color is coming to other ‘exciting’ devices soon (wink, wink)

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While Samsung is unlikely to follow the OnePlus path and directly confirm many things about the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 that currently reserved for a due announcement event on August 10, today’s much anticipated release of a new Galaxy S22 “edition” can be regarded as an indirect confirmation of a juicy piece of information.

The “New Purple Edition” of the 6.1-inch high-end handset released in February 2022 is far from groundbreaking or groundbreaking on its own, adding just a fresh (and admittedly hot) coat of paint on top of the same “old” internals.

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What’s probably most intriguing about this announcement is Samsung’s allusion to certain “exciting new Galaxy devices” that will come in the same Bora Purple flavor later this year. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to find out that the company is teasing the aforementioned Z-fold 4, Z Flip 4, and Galaxy Watch 5, as well as the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro.
Coincidentally (not!), the Bora Purple-coated Galaxy S22 is slated to go on sale, you guessed it, on August 10, when Samsung’s all-new devices are also pretty much guaranteed to move from pre-orders to actual pre-orders on their way to the pockets, wrists, and ears of their first-time users.
While things are kept very vague in terms of US availability on Samsung’s official regional editorial board, The Verge tells us to expect a surprisingly broad release with large and small carriers in addition to the company’s e-store. That, for example, is in stark contrast to the existing Violet-infused S22, which is still a exclusive.
Of course, the “vanilla” The Galaxy S22 5G in Bora Purple starts at the same old price of $799.99 with 128 gigs of internal storage and 8 GB of RAM, and for now there are no (official) words about comparable S22+ and S22 Ultra models coming soon.

By the way, in case you’re wondering, “Bora” means purple in Korean, which… must be at least a little confusing for native speakers of the language who can also understand English with little to no difficulty. For its part, Samsung says this “bright and eye-catching” model is designed to “evoke joy, spark creativity and embrace individuality,” which… is certainly a little pompous, but not entirely untrue.

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