The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is still receiving information. This time, a sharing for the family’s design has been made.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 series consists of three models: the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra.
According to a reliable Samsung source, these models will be very similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21 series that they will replace. As a result, the phones’ selfie cameras are hidden behind a screen hole. At the same time, the Galaxy S21s’ rear camera module is prepared similarly.
The claim of an under-screen camera for the Galaxy S22 was previously put on the agenda, but it was refuted. The under-screen camera for the new series has been put on hold for the time being. Samsung first used this technology in the Galaxy Z Fold3, and it appears that it will be limited to the Galaxy Z series for the foreseeable future.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 series’ latest agenda was as follows:
This family was previously scheduled to debut in January of 2022. The phones are expected to be released by the end of 2021, according to reports. This information is not 100% accurate, but Samsung may have such a plan for the Galaxy S series.
Samsung appears to be attempting to set itself apart from the iPhone 13s with a possible early release, which appears to be remarkable. Comments are being made that Samsung may not want to be late this time.
You recall that the family was on the agenda, along with the latest processor news. As a result, the Exynos 2200 with AMD GPU will be available in Europe.
The Snapdragon 898 will be used on the phone in many other markets. According to reports, the company is unable to sell the Exynos 2200 model in all markets due to a shortage of processors. Snapdragon 898 comes to the rescue in this regard.