After replacing the Galaxy Note “phablet phone” product line that was originally refreshed in the second half of the year with a new folding screen, many people began to focus on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which inherited its mantle and provided good support for the S Pen stylus. According to the plan, Samsung may officially release the Galaxy S22 series of smartphones in February 2022.But recently, @UniverseIce broke the news that the Galaxy S22 Ultra may have a smaller screen curvature than the Galaxy Note 20.
Over the past few years,SamsungHas been slowly reducing the screen curvature of its flagship product. Although it is said that Galaxy S22 Ultra is lower than Note 20 Ultra, it is said to be similar to Note 10+.
As for the Galaxy S22 standard / Galaxy S22 Plus models, it is likely to be equipped with a flat screen-this has been seen in the renderings leaked in September.
In terms of specifications, it is said that the Galaxy S22 standard model uses a 6.06 inch @ FHD+ resolution LTPS screen, supports a high refresh rate of 120Hz, and is supplemented by Infinity-O proactive apertures.
The mid-range Galaxy S22+ model is expected to use a 6.55-inch @ 120Hz refresh rate LTPO panel, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra may use a 6.81-inch @ 120Hz ultra-narrow bezel AMYOU AREScreen, and both support HDR10+ and Corning Gorilla Victus protective glass.
In terms of processors, the flagship model is expected to use Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 5G SoC, with 12GB LPDDR5x RAM + UFS 3.1 storage combination. In terms of software, the Galaxy S22 series will be pre-installed with OneUI 4.0 customized based on Android 12.
In terms of connection, the new machine supports 5G / 4G LTE, Bluetooth 5.2 / Wi-Fi 6, GPS positioning, and a USB-C port that can provide a 45W fast charge for a 5000 mAh battery.
(Photo via OnLeaks x91Mobiles)
In terms of taking pictures, Galaxy S22 / S22+ may use 50MP main camera + 12MP telephoto + 12MP ultra-wide angle. The Galaxy S22 Ultra may use 108 million main cameras, as well as three 12MP ultra-wide-angle, periscope zoom, and telephoto lenses.