Samsung’s bendable smartphones were just announced, and the Galaxy S22 models are the next major thing they can do in the background.
Some details regarding the gadgets have already been released, and current speculations claim that mass production could begin as early as November this year. The news originated from South Korea, where the Galaxy S22 series is expected to be unveiled in January 2022.
Previously, flagships were always released in February, but this tradition was changed with the release of the Samsung Galaxy S21 phones. Insiders claim that everything will be completed sooner now and that certain parts have already been manufactured.
We already know a few details regarding the series, which will continue to have three members if all goes well: a basic model, a Plus model, and an Ultra variant. According to current reports, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ will have a triple camera image capture system with a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide module, and a telephoto unit with 3x optical zoom. Some sources claim that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will have a 200-megapixel camera on the rear, while others claim it will only have a 108-megapixel camera.
The Exynos chipset will be paired with an AMD mobile Radeon graphics accelerator in the Samsung Galaxy S22 phones. The RDNA2 architecture is used to build this controller. According to the news, the in-house chipset provides exceptional graphics performance. Of course, Qualcomm snapdragon processor-based devices will be available in some regions.
They’re referring to mobile screens, which will be premium solutions with an LTPO Super AMOLED panel and a 120Hz refresh rate. One more thing: the devices’ batteries will offer fast charging at 65 watts.