In January, Samsung released the Galaxy S21 series. Although it has only been five months since the announcement, information about the Samsung Galaxy S22 series has already begun to surface on the internet.
The next-generation Galaxy S series smartphones will, according to multiple sources, have a smaller display than the current-generation models. They’re expected to come with the following screen sizes.
- 6.06-6.1-inch Samsung Galaxy S22
- 6.55 – 6.66-inch Galaxy S22+
- 6.80 – 6.81-inch Galaxy S22 Ultra
The Galaxy S22 series will have a slightly smaller display than its predecessors, as you can see in the image above. The Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+, for example, have 6.2-inch and 6.7-inch displays, respectively.
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Anyway, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to have the same 6.8-inch screen as its predecessor, the Galaxy S21 Ultra. In addition, the former will be the only model in the Galaxy S22 series with an LTPO panel, just like the latter.
However, the screen resolution of these phones remains a mystery for the time being. However, we anticipate that it will be similar to the current generation. As a result, the Ultra should have a WQHD+ display, while the Plus and vanilla models will almost certainly have FHD+ displays.
Unfortunately, there is currently no information available about the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. Nonetheless, we expect to learn more about these phones before they go on sale in the first half of next year.