Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S22 are continually circulating, and it appears that mobile cameras are playing a vital role in these rumors.
The dumping of information concerning picture capture units discloses more and more specifics, but the Galaxy S22 Ultra has been prominently highlighted in all of this material for understandable reasons. However, owing to Ice Universe, the other two Galaxy S22 devices have also gained attention because their cameras have been hidden for these devices.
There will be no difference between the two cellphones’ image capturing units. The first module will be based on a 50-megapixel sensor with 1.0-micrometer physical pixels behind an f/1.8-aperture lens, measuring 1 / 1.57-inch in size.
Depending on the characteristics, it will most likely be a Samsung GN5 or a Sony IMX766 sensor, whichever is available. The current Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus include a 12-megapixel primary camera with 1.8-pixel pixels on the back. Pixel merging will be used in the Galaxy S22 series. Hence the appropriate pixel size for 12.5 megapixels will be 2.0 micrometers.
主摄：50MP 1/1.57 1um F1.8
长焦：3X 10MP 1/3.94 1um F2.4
超广角：12MP 1/2.55" 1.4um F2.2
前摄：10MP 1/3.24" 1.22um F2.2
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) November 29, 2021
The telephoto camera now uses lossless digital zoom, but the new generation will use a purely visual approach with 3x magnification and an aperture of f/2.4. The new module will have a resolution of 10 megapixels, with pixels measuring 1.0 micrometers and a size of 1 / 3.94 inches.
A 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with 1 / 2.55-inch and 1.4-micron pixels is also included in the camera set. This sensor is not innovative, as the Galaxy S21 series uses the same module.
The well-proven recipe for the self-timer camera remains unchanged, with the same 10-megapixel, f/ 2.2 aperture, 1 / 3.24-inch, 1.22-micron pixel capture sensor featured in the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 + models.
The Galaxy S22 has a 6.06-inch display, while the S22 Plus has a 6.55-inch display, according to the leak that crashed the cameras.