Samsung’s Galaxy S21 hit the stores in early January so, we’re not too far away from welcoming their successors. However, nothing has been officially announced, there’s been a myriad of idle speculation regarding the Galaxy s22 series, which are expected to include the Galaxy S22 (the original), S22+ (the upgraded version), and S22 Ultra.
If you’re fed up with your old iPhone and want to switch to android, the upcoming Galaxy S22 series might be the best choice you’ll ever make. With all that said, here’s everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S22 & S22+ series.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Release Date Rumors
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is expected to be released in early 2022. According to a new source, the Galaxy S22 will be unveiled on February 28, 2022, just in time for MWC 2022. For those who’re not familiar with the term MWC (Mobile World Congress) is a virtual event hosted by Samsung every year.
The Galaxy S21 was released in January, which was a month earlier than scheduled. However, the Galaxy S22 may be delayed in order to make room for the anticipated Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, which itself is expected to be released in January.
According to a separate rumor from WinFuture, parts for the Galaxy S22 series have undergone mass production since early November, thus the phone might be released sooner than expected.
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) September 25, 2021
Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Price
We haven’t heard any pricing speculations for the Galaxy S22 yet, but we expect Samsung to uphold the costs similar to the Galaxy S21 line. All three models have been cut by $200, and we don’t anticipate prices to soar again.
If Samsung maintains its current pricing, the Galaxy S22 will be priced at $799, the Galaxy S22 Plus at $999, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra would cost $1,199. It’ll be fascinating to see if Samsung releases a cheaper Galaxy S21 FE from now to the launch of the S22, although there’s a report that the S21 FE might be delayed owing to a worldwide chip shortage.
What Can We Expect?
The Galaxy Series is well known for their surprising specs, so let’s see what the tech giant is blessing us with now:
The Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus are expected to appear identical to their predecessors, with the S22 Ultra speculated to have a more angular design akin to the Galaxy Note series.
It has been confirmed that the curvature of S22 Ultra is smaller than that of Note20 Ultra, and may be similar to or slightly less than Note10+.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 2, 2021
According to a leak, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 will be available to order, in white, black, rose gold, and green, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra will come in white, black, dark red, and green.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is expected to fir a 6.06-inch display, while the S22 Plus will have a 6.55-inch screen and the S22 Ultra will surpass its counterparts with a 6.81-inch display. All three versions are likely to boast a 120Hz refresh rate, although the lesser two will likely have FHD+ resolutions while the Ultra will have QHD+ resolutions.
Camera & Specs
The Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22 plus have been expected to feature 50MP primary cameras, 12MP ultra-wide cameras, and 12MP telephoto cameras. The Ultra’s camera configuration is less apparent, however, it might have a 108MP primary camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and two 12MP telephoto cameras.
Expect either the Exynos 2200 or Snapdragon 898 chipset depending on the location, partnered with the identical storage and RAM capacities as Galaxy S21 Series. That means the Galaxy Ultra version will feature up to 512 GB storage and 16GB of RAM, while the other variants have up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
According to leaks, the S21 will have a 3,700mAh battery, the S21 Plus will fit a 4,500mAh, and the S21 Ultra will make your experience exceptional with 5,000mAh. Except for the Ultra, all of these would be slimmer than the S21 batteries. However, the S22 Ultra’s charging speed might be enhanced, potentially to 45W. So sit back and let the games roll in.
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