The Galaxy S22 series (S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra) from the South Korean company has already gotten much attention. Time is flying by, and we can’t wait to get our hands on these cellphones as soon as next year. Here’s all you need to know about them in this regard.
As shown on OnLeaks, it’s a safe bet that the next trio will focus on a premium design with exquisite accents. For the S22 and S21 series of smartphones, we foresee a phone with a flat-screen, the primary selfie camera, a vertical photo module on the back with three sensors, rounded corners, and delicate borders. The S22 Plus follows the same principle. The rear of the S22 Ultra, on the other hand, has drawn chiefly the attention of many users on the internet. We have a picture module that looks like the letter P and has four image sensors for this variation.
The screen of the Samsung Galaxy S22 will be smaller than previous generations. Ice Universe, a leaker who is already more trustworthy, has revealed the potential dimensions, which are as follows:
- Samsung Galaxy S22: 6.06 inches, LTPS, Full HD+, 120 Hz refresh rate
- Samsung Galaxy S22: plus 6.55 inches, LTPS, Full HD+, 120 Hz refresh rate
- Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: 6.81 inches, LTPO, QHD+ 120 Hz refresh rate
- Samsung Galaxy S22+: 6.55 inches, LTPS, Full HD+, 120Hz refresh rate
While others want to jump on Samsung in the photography sector, Samsung should blur the borders. Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus:
- Main sensor: 50 megapixels
- ultra-wide-angle view:12 megapixels
For the S22 Ultra
- Wide-angle camera: 108 megapixels
- Ultra wide-angle camera: 12 megapixels
- 10x telephoto camera: 10 megapixel
- Telephoto camera x3: 10 megapixel
The Galaxy S has a different CPU depending on where it was released: in the United States, Samsung utilizes a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. This, however, may change on other American carriers. The firm relies on its know-how in Africa with its in-house Exynos SoC. The Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus are expected to have smaller batteries, with 3800 mAh and 4600 mAh, respectively. Only the S22 Ultra model’s 5000 mAh battery would be retained.
This is a difficult question to answer right now. However, given Samsung’s timetable, the transaction might be publicly announced in January, as it was last year. Ice Universe is to blame for these assumptions, and the information regarding the Samsung Galaxy S22 series changes depending on the leakers.