Samsung’s flagship series which is set to go live sometime in early 2022, is being leaked on a wave of the likes of Ice Universe.
The series Samsung Galaxy S22 is easily one of the most anticipated of recent times. The main series of Samsung which should go live sometime in early 2022, is being heavily publicized by various leakers, such as Ice Universe. And now, the same leakster has revealed that the device Galaxy S22 cheaper, Samsung Galaxy S22will have a 3700 mAh battery.
The S22 battery has only 3700mAh. Yes, it’s true.
But S22 is Samsung’s smallest flagship phone in recent years. Its length, width and thickness are a little smaller than iPhone 13. I like such a small phone and I will definitely buy it. pic.twitter.com/BGADgJ2POO
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 17, 2021
The battery size is quite small by today’s standards, especially considering that the chipsets that power flagship phones are known to be real power hogs. However, the size makes perfect sense considering the phone will be quite compact, even more pocket-friendly than the just-announced one. iPhone 13actually.
The size difference is in all dimensions. Ice Universe says the Galaxy S22 will be smaller in length, width as well as thickness compared to the iPhone 13 which already measures 146.7 x 71.5 x 7.7 mm.
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This effectively makes the Galaxy S22 one of the most compact Android flagships of recent times. The last time the Samsung did something similar was with the Galaxy S10e which had a screen size of 5.8 inches. THE Galaxy S22 will be slightly larger, albeit with a diagonal of 6.06 inches.
Finally, the next compact flagship from Samsung should have a charging speed of 25W. This is slower than the 45W (10V 4.5A) charging speeds supported by its larger variants, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Other known information about the Samsung Galaxy S22 include him and Galaxy S22+ that should jump on the GN1 and GN2 camera sensors of the Samsung and opting instead for the newly released ISOCELL GN5 camera sensor. The devices will not come with cameras under the display and will have the usual cutouts on the screen. They should go into mass production next month and will likely be available for purchase starting January 2022.