It looks like Samsung won’t be releasing many flagship-level smartphones this year. The Galaxy S21, S21+, and the S21 Ultra will be the only phones launched in the coming months since the Galaxy Note lineup is skipping this year.
Since we are in the second half of the year, it’s natural for the Samsung Galaxy S22 rumors to make the rounds these days.
If you are someone who isn’t interested in the foldable smartphone lineup, then the next big thing to look out for from Samsung is the Galaxy S22.
Some speculations about the phone are already making the round on the internet. These include the phone possibly featuring charging speeds up to 65W and a giant 200MP camera from Olympus.
Although we don’t think how much of this is true, some sources have revealed the Galaxy S22. Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra might feature the model number SM-S901x, SM-S906x, and SM-S908x. Samsung has decided to change the G to an S and reverting to the 9xx number model number lineup.
The leaked S22 series model number lineup also reveals that all these phones will come with 5G connectivity. This is quite standard since all 2021 lineup already has this feature.
They might also be powered by the AMD-powered Exynos chipset, which will take the smartphone experience to the next level.
Having said that, only this is known for now. We will update you once we know something else.
Stay tuned for further updates!