The official renders have surfaced of the Galaxy S22 series (the standard version of the phone which features a 6.2-inch display), featuring a reinforced all-glass design that contrasts with the standard Galaxy S21 series smartphone.
The logo on the front is that of Samsung itself, which many fans were hoping would be seen.
The Galaxy S22 series was described as a stylus-driven series of phones. A new chassis is what gives the device these benefits. Samsung is working on upgraded cameras on the S22 range.
To be among the premium flagships, this the flagship flagship in the line-up that will most likely feature four cameras and a stronger camera under the camera module.
These four cameras will eventually be revealed after the Galaxy S22 series and those on the S22 Ultra, that is to say, there won’t be a fifth and the more controversial of the four camera, the triple camera option.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra is already reported to be getting “special care” for cameras. Its version of the 108-megapixel main camera will be improved to stop every blurred effect on the camera, that’s a combination of various cameras.
Samsung’s newest promises to be the successor to the Galaxy S20 Ultra which means that to upgrade on the S20 Ultra, the next Galaxy S22 is upgrading even more on the S22 Ultra.
Not only does this mean that the S21 Ultra is reportedly making sure to outclass the S21 Ultra in every round, but is expected to have an improved version of the display on the S21 Ultra.
However, the 8,000 and 8,050 5G Pro versions will be at the same time showing the upgraded cameras.
The 5G equipped S21 line up will also be getting a replacement for Samsung’s dual-camera system. It’s reported that a new 105-megapixel front camera with advanced AI on the S21 Pro will also be able to keep the quality of the selfie.
Now, a series of photos of the S21 Ultra with the four cameras that are also set to be confirmed for these next Galaxy S21 smartphones will be testing the most helpful way to choose between models, which will probably be the S21 Ultra.
The Galaxy S21 series will be officially revealed in less than two weeks (that as much information as we got), and it’s expected that Samsung will soon reveal other updates on the new phones.