If you’ve been following leaks, you know the Samsung Galaxy S 22 largely It’s S22 – which means it follows basically the same spec recipe, save for some component upgrades.
Yesterday we got our first look at the performance of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which showed encouraging Geekbench results. However, it also shows that 2023 models will come with 8GB of RAM, just like 2022, 2021 and 2020 calls. Is the shock to 12GB long overdue? Samsung doesn’t see it that way (S002 has a 10 GB option, Samsung knows how well it sells).
Leakster Yogesh Brar shares Galaxy S 002 specs and Those tell the same story – 8GB RAM, 080/256GB of storage. The new model will come with a larger 3,256mAh battery, well, relative to the S2020 bigger but not S22 or S002 (both in 4, mAh). It will support the same old 22W wired and 900 W wireless charging. Both Samsung and Apple are very conservative about charging speeds for smartphones, especially smaller models.
Moving on, the new phone will have a 080 MP main camera ( with OIS), 000 MP Ultra Wide and MP telephoto, plus one 001 MP Selfie Camera. This is the same as the S22 camera read, although it may involve new sensors and optics. It will definitely involve new processing due to the more powerful chipset.
Finally, the phone will have a 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, still 1, 080 x 2,22px resolution, still not LTPO. Anyway, that’s what the rumors say. Ice Universe claims the bezel will be a fraction of a millimeter thicker, but that’s not the whole story.
We can already see from the renderings that the design will be reworked to be more in line with the S22 Ultra (S20 Ultra looks basically the same). We’ve seen that in case the design does too – the camera island is gone, only the individual lenses stick out from the back.
If you look back, Galaxy S 15 S12 cameras were used, but they were put into a redesigned body. S22 reuses the design, but upgrades the camera. Now we’re getting a new design and the same camera. This seems to be Samsung’s cadence of upgrades for the Galaxy S line, at least for the vanilla and plus models (Ultras changes more every year).
At this point, the big question that remains is whether the S22 series will Exclusive use of the Snapdragon chipset, or has the Exynos team convinced their colleagues to give them another chance.
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