After the controversy surrounding the performance limitation of the Galaxy S22, Samsung was forced to cut the price of its smartphone significantly to prevent the number of sales from falling.
For several weeks, Samsung has been facing a major controversy over its Galaxy S22† In fact, the korean giant was caught in the act when users discovered it intentionally limits the performance of its smartphones† So they didn’t use all the power their processor offered.
However, this clamping in particular allowed Samsung to make significant savings at the time of manufacture, as it was therefore not necessary to equip them with a highly efficient cooling system. The controversy escalated to such an extent that Samsung has finally issued a public apology and promised that a next update would disable the GoS software responsible for throttling performs.
Samsung drastically cuts the price of its Galaxy S22
According to information from the Korea Times, the controversy has shaken Samsung’s image in South Korea. Deliveries of Galaxy S22 smartphones start to decline after the revelations, what would have led Samsung to make a radical decision to save your sales† Indeed, the Korean giant has finally agreed, in partnership with mobile operators, to increase subsidies for the Galaxy 22.
These now reach 500,000 won (about 376 euros), and therefore consumers can nowgrab the base model of the Galaxy S22 for almost half the original price set at 999,900 won. Lucky for Samsung, the Galaxy S22s were a real hit when they launchedwhich allowed him to sell quite a few smartphones without a discount.
For now, Samsung has only decided to split the price of its Galaxy S22 in South Korea, where the controversy had grown the most. That is why not sure if the prices of the Korean giant’s smartphones will also fall so drastically in Europebut prices are expected to drop quickly, as is often the case a few months or weeks after the launch of a new generation of Galaxy S smartphones.
Source: Korea Times
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