Specs leak, Don’t count on buying the AMD-powered Galaxy S22
Are you excited for AMD powered versions of the Galaxy S22 series? So are we, but getting one of these won’t be easy. This also explains some other technical details about the upcoming devices, according to the latest industry rumor about Samsung’s next flagship series.
Let’s start with the simpler part of the news: screen sizes. In other words, the Galaxy S22 is said to have a 6.06-inch display, which is 0.14-inch smaller than the previous model. Almost the same resizing is coming for the Galaxy S22+, which is expected to have a 6.55-inch panel. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a 6.81-inch screen. As such, it should have a similar physical footprint as the 6.8-inch Galaxy S21 Ultra.
AMD or not, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will stay a few steps ahead of its peers
Also, only the Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to have an LTPO panel, the other two smartphones likewise use LTPS technology. source. In the battery department, the trio is estimated to have 3,800mAh, 4,600mAh and 5,000mAh cells. So, no real changes compared to this year’s models. Outside of the base Galaxy S22, that’s probably a slight drop compared to the 4,000mAh Galaxy S21, at least on paper.
The series is also said to have bypassed Samsung’s under-screen camera technology. Whoever is responsible for one of the most overwhelming aspects of the Galaxy Z Fold 3, when it comes to the main camera setups, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ are expected to feature familiar-looking triple lens setups using 50-megapixel wide-angle. camera, a 12-megapixel telephoto module and another 12-megapixel ultra-wide shooter.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S22 Ultra should use Samsung’s cutting-edge 108-megapixel sensor for its main camera and double the telephoto front for a total of four rear cameras. As well as making use of a laser autofocus system.
As for the system-on-chip powering the 2022 flagship series, the Snapdragon 898 is expected to be the silicon found in the vast majority of markets. While the Exynos 2200 is on track to be commercialized early next year, its yield is projected to remain low until at least mid-2022. So, wherever you are in the world, your chances of getting a Galaxy S22 series device equipped with the highly anticipated AMD GPU are pretty slim.