We already know a lot about the Galaxy S22 series. One of the models will bring a 200MP camera sensor, use a vapor chamber cooling, and will have a ToF sensor. We also expected that Samsung might skip the under-display camera this time. We announced the news nearly three months ago. And today, we hear the same from the tipster Ice Universe.
Samsung introduced its first under-display camera (UDC) smartphone that shoots in 4MP resolution. It worked fairly well for video calls but not very well for taking photos. The company seems to be underprepared for a flagship to bring a UDC.
We also heard from GSMArena, that the Galaxy S22 and S22+ will get a 50MP main sensor, a 12MP tele camera with actual 3x optical magnification, and a 12MP ultra-wide module. The company is also expected to bring the same punch-holed 10MP camera on the front side.
As for the Galaxy S22 Ultra, we expect some improvement compared to its predecessors, such as it could have a 3x zoom functionality for one camera while 10x for the other.
These are some of the rumors we heard about the Galaxy S22 series, while we already knew that Samsung might skip UDC this time. The Galaxy S22 series is expected to come in January 2022, so we have plenty of time to explore more about this device.
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