Samsung Galaxy S22 Review, Price, Release Date

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Samsung Galaxy S22

In all, we should expect the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S22 soon. Though much has not been said, there are still some little details about the Samsung Galaxy S22.

Leaks and Rumors

The biggest change we should expect in the upcoming device is an under-display camera. And this would allow a true full-screen design without any traditional punch hole at the top of the display.

Following what LetsGoDigital said, Samsung has actually filed a patent for a punch-hole camera with a sub-display. Also, an internal pop-up display protects the selfie camera when you aren’t making use of it.

On the camera front, rumors had it that the company is trying out the ability to shoot 8K video at 60 frames per second for the S22.

Of course, this will definitely be an upgrade over the Samsun g Galaxy S21 Ultra, which maxes out at 24fps for 8K video.

Also, take note that a further camera change could come in the form of the company’s partnership with Olympus.

Following several tweets from reliable sources, both firms are prepared to partner on cameras for the forthcoming smartphones. And it seems like the Samsung Galaxy S21 is the first phone to get the new tech.

Well, this rumor might be real. The reason is that Olympus initially mentioned his plan to partner with other firms. Though, we haven’t heard from the horses’ mouth.

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Design and Battery

Coming to the design of the S22, a leak on Twitter from Mauri QHD says that the device will have a thinner design compared to the Galaxy S21 and this may possibly result in smaller batteries.

Well, the size of the battery might not possibly tell how long the battery can last. However, there could be a trade-off for a sleeker look.

What we want to see in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22

We expect that the Samsung Galaxy S22 will be a better phone than the previous models and would love to see some better improvements. With that being said, we expect to see the following in the new Samsung galaxy s22:

  • A sharper display
  • A true full-screen design
  • Faster charging
  • S Pen support for every Galaxy S22
  • Better Cooling
  • Extended battery life
  • Bring back microSD

Samsung Galaxy S22 Release Date

We don’t really know much about the phone so as the release date. However, we expect that Samsung follows a similar schedule to its 2021 plans where it pulled its launch forward compared to the past years and unveiled the phone in mid-January.

So, does that possibly mean that we should expect the S22 series in January 2022? Well, we can say as much hasn’t been said yet. But rumors had it that the device is set to be launch in January 2022.

So, we do not have any guarantee yet as Samsung may just decide to pull the release date forward to February or March. With all being said, Samsung may even decide to pull the launch date forward and disclose the Samsung Galaxy S22 earlier.

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Price

Like I said earlier, we don’t really know much about the device as it is far back yet to be released.

But if Samsung stays consistent, we can predict the price of the Samsung Galaxy S22 from the previous model, which is the Samsung Galaxy S21.

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The price of the Samsung Galaxy S21 starts at $799 / £769 / AU$1,249. The S21 Plus price starts at $999 / £949 / AU$1,549. While the Ultra starts at $1,199 / £1,149 / AUS$1,849.

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