A new report from Korean publication The Elec suggests that Samsung is set to adjust its ratio of Galaxy S handsets, with the lion’s share of production dedicated to the rumored 6.1-inch Galaxy S22 phone.
According to the piece, Samsung will be initially producing a number of handsets in the low 20-million range, which is down from the 30 million Galaxy S21 units reportedly manufactured. Of these, around 50-60% will reportedly be the 6.1-inch Galaxy S22, with just 20% of the allocation earmarked to be 6.6-inch S22 Plus handsets. The Galaxy S22 Ultra will apparently account for the remaining 20 to 30%.
Compared to past years, that’s a big increase on the percentage of basic models produced. For the Galaxy S20 and S21, the standard model accounted for just 40% of production, with the Ultra version increasing from 10-15% in 2020 to 30% in 2021.