Samsung is one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers worldwide. The South Korean tech giant is known for its mid-range and premium products with innovative features. The Samsung Galaxy S21 was released last year and has gotten rave reviews. The next device, Samsung Galaxy S22, is scheduled to be released sometime in 2022.
If reports about the phones’ screen sizes are to be believed, the Galaxy S22 series will be a three-phone lineup featuring a regular, Plus, and Ultra variant.
No reliable reports about the pricing of the Galaxy S22 range have been reported, but we expect Samsung to maintain prices comparable with last year’s flagship. Samsung cut the price of its Galaxy S21 device by $200 compared to the previous year’s flagship, the Galaxy S20, and we’d be shocked if the company raised the price significantly this year. Depending on the model, the Galaxy S21 costs anywhere from $799 to $1379 dollars.
The Galaxy S22 range could be a tad smaller and lighter than the S21. The Samsung Galaxy S22 is expected to be available in three different sizes: 6.06, 6.55, and 6.81 inches. The regular Galaxy S21 is 6.2 inches, the S21 Plus measures 6.7 inches, and the S21 Ultra measures 6.8 inches.
The Galaxy S22’s battery may be smaller because to the slimmer design, according to rumors. A 4,000 to 4,500 mAh battery powers the Galaxy S21. When compared to Samsung’s prior phone models, the Galaxy S22’s expected shrinking is unusual.
Samsung may improve the Galaxy S22’s camera options. The primary camera of the Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to be 200MP. This would be the greatest pixel count possible for a Samsung phone if the rumors are accurate. In comparison, the Galaxy S21 Ultra features a 108MP wide-angle camera.
The news about the camera comes after a teaser tweet from Samsung Exynos, the company’s chipmaking subsidiary, in March that showed a 200MP phone camera. The update might be the outcome of a possible collaboration with Olympus.
Samsung’s reported 200MP primary camera would surpass Apple’s iPhone 12, which has a 12MP wide-angle and ultrawide camera. With a 12.2MP standard and 16MP ultrawide camera, Google’s Pixel 5 outperforms Apple slightly, but it still falls short of Samsung’s rumored 200MPs.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra might possibly include an under-display selfie camera, however, speculations about this feature are presently contradictory. Some think that Samsung has submitted a patent for a punch-hole camera with a sub-display, while others suggest that the Galaxy S22 won’t have a concealed front camera since the camera quality isn’t good enough.
It’s possible that the Galaxy S22 may get a speed increase. According to CNET, the new flagship phone could be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 895 processor. The Galaxy S21, on the other hand, has a Snapdragon 888 processor. The increase in processing power is expected to be accompanied by an improvement in graphics. As a consequence of cooperation between Samsung and AMD, the Galaxy S22 might include an AMD GPU.
According to Dutch site LetsGoDigital, the Galaxy S22 may also include an active fan mode to keep the phone cool while gaming or during other periods of high usage.
The Charger Controversy
Although the battery life of the forthcoming Galaxy S22 line is unknown, Samsung announced earlier this year that future smartphones will not include chargers or headphones in the package, beginning with the Galaxy S21 line.
Verdict Samsung smartphones rarely disappoint and carry out tasks such as phone share with ease. The Samsung Galaxy S22 seems quite promising, we’ll have to wait for a bit longer to see if this device surpasses its predecessor in design and overall performance or if it is just another monotonous hyped-up smartphone.