Samsung’s new generation Galaxy S series is expected to be released a month later than usual and will reach users on February 18, 2022.
Jon Prosser, a technology expert who often gives a lot of accurate information about unannounced products, confirmed that Samsung will introduce three versions of the Galaxy S22 on February 8, 2022. The device was pre-ordered right after the launch and sold out 10 days later.
The above information matches previous rumors that the S22 will arrive late in early February. In January 2022, Samsung will only introduce the Galaxy S21 FE model.
According to some previous sources, the Galaxy S22 and S22+ have a similar design to the previous generation, while the S22 Ultra inherits the design from the Note series and integrates the S Pen slot.
The three models have screens of 6.1 inches, 6.6 inches and 6.8 inches, respectively, with 120 Hz refresh rate. Samsung is expected to use border reduction structure technology to make the screen border thinner on the S22 compared to the Galaxy S21. The machine also changed the aspect ratio from 20: 9 to 19.3: 9, so it looks shorter and wider than the old model.
A highlight on the S22 Ultra is a high-end LTPO panel with 2K resolution and a record brightness of 1,800 nits, higher than 1,500 nits on the S21 Ultra and 1,200 nits on the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The product also has a 5,000 mAh battery and 45W fast charging.
Regarding the camera, Samsung is expected to equip a 50-megapixel ISOCELL GN5 sensor on the S22 and S22+ versions, along with two telephoto and super-wide-angle lenses with 12-megapixel resolution.
As for the S22 Ultra, the rear camera is arranged in a P-shape with a separate layout. Follow Ice Universal, the main camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a resolution of 108 megapixels. The remaining three cameras include an ultra-wide lens, a 3x zoom telephoto lens and a 10x zoom periscope camera, all with a resolution of 12 megapixels. All four will be equipped with optical image stabilization instead of only the main and telephoto cameras like on the S21 Ultra.
The trio of Samsung phones are equipped with Snapdragon 898 on the 4nm process, for the US, Canadian and Chinese markets. In the remaining markets, the device uses Exynos 2200. Currently, Exynos 2200 is more popular because it integrates a GPU developed by AMD, which is more advanced than Qualcomm’s Adreno GPU.
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