Samsung’s bendable smartphones were recently unveiled, and the next big thing they can do in the background is the introduction of the Galaxy S22 models. Some information has already been revealed about the devices, and recent rumors suggest that mass production of the series could begin as early as November this year.
This time, the news came from South Korea, where it is rumored that Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy S22 series in January 2022. Previously, it was customary for flagships to always arrive in February, but this tradition was broken when Samsung Galaxy S21 phones debuted. Insiders say everything will be sooner now, and some parts have been in production for some time.
We already know a few things about the series, which, if all goes well, will still have three members: a basic model, a Plus, and an Ultra variant. Based on the leaks so far, the sleek Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ come with a triple camera image capture system, a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide module, and a telephoto unit equipped with 3x optical zoom. According to some reports, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra may have a 200-megapixel sensor on the back, while others say they stick to the 108-megapixel solutions.
Inside the Samsung Galaxy, S22 phones will be an Exynos chipset complemented by AMD mobile Radeon graphics accelerator. This controller is based on the RDNA2 architecture. The in-house chipset delivers excellent graphics performance, according to the news. Of course, there will also be Qualcomm snapdragon processor-mounted releases in certain regions. They’re talking about mobile screens, which will also be premium solutions with LTPO Super AMOLED panel and 120Hz refresh rate. One more thing: the battery inside the devices will support 65 watts of fast charging.