Samsung remains to be the top mobile OEM in the world. It may be facing a threat by Xiaomi in the Android market but the South Korean tech giant still has an advantage. The company is set to introduce new mobile phones in the coming weeks. There is the Galaxy S21 FE (Fan Edition) and maybe some new Galaxy mid-range phones. The brand is still busy promoting the new Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Galaxy Z Fold 3 but next year, the Galaxy S22 series will take centerstage.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
surfaced. This time, the images show the S Pen and quad camera system. The phone looks like something with a curved design that may remind you a bit of the last Galaxy Note introduced–the regular Galaxy Note 20.
There won’t be the Galaxy Note 21 this 2021. It’s been cancelled already and replaced by the Galaxy Z Flip 3, at least, for this year. The images created and shared by OnLeaks tell us a number of things.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra may come with a flat display but with curved edger. There is a slot for the S Pen (stylus). The phone is said to come with a 6.8-inch curved AMOLED screen, high refresh rate, and a P-shaped camera module.
The latter includes four high-specced cameras including a 108MP primary camera. The camera bump is 10.5mm. Phone dimensions are 163.2 x 77.9 x 8.9mm.
Samsung Galaxy S22+
revealed by another set of renders. The images show the smartphone will arrive with a punch-hole selfie camera, triple camera system in a vertical orientation, 120Hz display, Type-C port, a SIM tray, and NO headphone jack.
Dimensions are 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6mm plus a 9.1mm camera bump. Like the Galaxy S22 Ultra, it will run on Exynos 2200 in some regions and Snapdragon 898 chipset. The battery could be 4500mAh with 65W fast charging tech. It may also feature a 50MP primary camera like the Galaxy S22.
Samsung Galaxy S22
Samsung Galaxy S22. We can look forward to a 6-inch flat display and a 50MP main camera lens + 12MP ultra wide + telephoto system. Dimensions are 146 x 70.5 x 7.6mm. The phone may look more like the Samsung Galaxy S21 but a bit smaller.