Samsung is gearing up to host its next Galaxy Unpacked event today, during which it will unveil the company’s 2022 flagships. The company is preparing to reveal the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra. The teasers suggest the latter mix the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S series. Viewers may watch the Samsung Galaxy S22 announcement event on the company’s YouTube channel or the event’s dedicated page on the Samsung website.
At 8.30 PM Indian Standard Time, the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event will begin. The following summaries everything we know about the future of smartphones thus far. Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ basic models are expected to cost $849 (about Rs 72,400) and $1049 (approximately Rs 89,500), respectively. The pricing quoted is for the 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage configuration.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Specifications
According to WinFuture, Samsung’s following phones may have a YouTube watch party mode via the Google Duo video chat software. It would enable users to share their favorite clips with their friends and respond to them. The Plus and Ultra variants should achieve a maximum brightness of 1,750nits. Samsung’s forthcoming gadgets will very certainly include a punch-hole display, as seen on most Galaxy phones.
Samsung’s Exynos 2200 CPU with AMD RDNA 2 graphics will power the European version of the phone. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will be available in select locations, including the US. For comparison, compared to the Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22+, the Galaxy S22 Ultra may feature 512GB of storage and 12GB of RAM.
Compared to premium mid-range phones, the Galaxy S22 supports 45W fast charging, which many will love. The Galaxy S22 may also support 25W wireless charging, compared to the Galaxy S21’s 15W.
According to WinFuture, the standard model’s battery capacity may be 3,700mAh. While this may happen, the vast majority of gadgets currently contain batteries with a capacity of more than four thousand milliamperes. As predicted, the Galaxy S22 Plus and S22 Ultra are likely to come with 4,500mAh and 5,000mAh batteries, respectively.
Design & Display
The Samsung Galaxy S22 regular model and the Plus version are expected to keep the previous design. As a result, the design will be identical to the Galaxy S21 phones from last year. Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will undoubtedly have a more luxurious and distinctive design. Additionally, it will include S Pen compatibility.
The Galaxy S22 is expected to feature a 6.1-inch display, while the Galaxy S22 Plus features a 6.6-inch panel. According to reports, the Ultra model would include a gigantic 6.81-inch display. It will feature a curved display with squared-off borders, while the other two variants will likely use a flat display. All three variants are likely to feature LTPO screens, which means the device will be capable of adjusting the display’s refresh rate from 120Hz to 1Hz, depending on the content. This will assist in extending the life of the battery. According to the manufacturer, these handsets support the whole DCI-P3 color gamut.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Camera
The flagships of 2022 are likely to have camera upgrades. The regular plus models will feature a 50MP triple back camera configuration. Samsung’s GN5 sensor, which was also in the Google Pixel 6, might use for the phone’s primary camera.
The demoniac mode uses 108-megapixel sensors, while the nonbinding mode uses 12-megapixel sensors to produce a 12-bit image. Adaptive pixel technology is likely to use in the devices. The Galaxy S22 series’ entry-level model is expected to contain a 3X optical zoom lens and a 10MP resolution.
Additionally, the devices may be capable of recording 8K movies at a frame rate of 60 frames per second. Samsung’s 8K video recorder, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, could only record at 24 frames per second. While this may be of little interest to many, not everyone owns an 8K television. However, consumers will be holding a forward-thinking phone. The remainder of the information is unclear at this time.
The Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus include a 10-megapixel front-facing camera, while the most costly model will reportedly sport a 40-megapixel sensor. While this may come as a surprise to some, Samsung is likely to make specific hardware adjustments.