Although it is nearly half a year before the release of the Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone, Samsung is not idle. According to reports, Samsung is testing a 65W charging test on the Galaxy S22 series. The report with this claim shows that this charging capacity will be for the entire Galaxy S22 series. In the past, the Samsung phone with the highest charging power is the Galaxy Note 10+. This smartphone comes with a 45W fast charging capacity. Apart from this model, other Samsung flagships support between 15W and 25W fast charging.
Of course, we all know that for Chinese smartphone manufacturers, 66W fast charging is already a norm. We even have smartphones with a 100W charging capacity. Considering that there are already reports of 200W fast charging for smartphones, Samsung’s 65W fast charging report is way behind the competition.
Samsung Galaxy S22 speculations
From the reports so far, the Samsung Galaxy S22 standard version will use a 6.06 – 6.1-inch screen. With this screen size, it will be one of the most portable devices on the market. The Samsung Galaxy S22+ will come with a 6.5 – 6.6 inch display. Both phones have plastic back covers. Only the Galaxy S22 Ultra will use a glass back cover. This is basically consistent with the grade division of the Galaxy S21 series. Furthermore, the report also shows that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will come with an OLED display that uses LTPO technology. The current Galaxy S21 Ultra uses an Infinity-O screen with a resolution of 3200 × 1440. This display is HDR10+ certified and supports an adaptive refresh rate of 10 – 120Hz. However, the Galaxy S22 series is expected to use a lower refresh rate and reduce energy consumption.
Galaxy S22 camera speculations
The latest report on the camera of the upcoming Samsung flagship is very interesting. According to speculations, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will come with a 200MP camera. This camera is certified by Olympus and it will have four other supporting sensors. After the launch of the Galaxy S21 series, we had the official confirmation that the company did not use the 3D ToF sensor. The Samsung Galaxy S22 series will also not come with the 3D ToF sensor
In addition to the camera, the processor of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is also worthy of attention. As usual, the U.S. and Chinese versions will come with the Snapdragon 895. However, it appears that for the first time, the European and Korean versions with Exynos 2200 will have a better performance. Furthermore, this chip will use AMD RDNA2 GPU technology.