Samsung’s upcoming flagships Galaxy S22, S22+ camera and display specifications leaked
Samsung Galaxy S22series is expected to launch in February next year.
- There have been many rumours and leaks doing the rounds regarding the specifications of the three smartphones in this flagship series.
- Here, we tell you about what to expect from the
cameraand displayof Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+.
Now, we have more details about the
Rumoured display and camera specifications
According to the rumour, the Samsung Galaxy S22 is likely to feature a sleek 6.06-inch display, while the Galaxy S22+ will have a larger 6.55-inch screen.
As for the camera, both the phones are likely to feature the same module. The triple camera set-up is rumoured to feature Samsung's ISOCELL GN5 50MP sensor as the primary camera. It will also have a 10MP Telephoto sensor that is likely to provide 3x optical zoom.
Apart from the two lenses mentioned above, the camera set-up will also have the same 12MP Ultra-wide sensor that is expected to feature on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
As for the front camera, both the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ will be a 10MP sensor having an f/2.2 aperture.
Galaxy S22 Ultra camera specifications
As for the Galaxy S22 Ultra, it is expected to feature a quad-camera set-up which is likely to feature a 108MP HM3 imaging sensor, a 12MP Ultra-wide sensor, a 10MP 10X Periscope Telephoto sensor and a 10MP Telephoto lens.
If you would like to know more about its design, specifications and expected launch date, you can check it out here.
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