Samsung Galaxy S22 specs leaked; flagship likely smaller than an iPhone 13
- It is said that the Samsung Galaxy S22 will be smaller in length, width, as well as thickness than the Apple iPhone 13.
While we are progressing into the last quarter of the year, Samsung has launched all its flagship devices of the year. It is natural to expect leaks about the likely next flagship - the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. Now, the leaks surrounding the Galaxy S22 have started coming in from the likes of popular Samsung tipster, Ice Universe. They have now revealed the Samsung Galaxy S22 battery size and the expected actual size of the upcoming vanilla Galaxy S22. Notably, it is expected to be smaller than the Apple iPhone 13..
As per a tweet by the tipster, the Samsung Galaxy S22 is tipped to pack a 3,700mAh battery. It is tiny by the standards of Android flagships. And seems much smaller when considering the flagship processor’s power consumption. However, it is said that the size of the device will help its battery. The tiny battery makes sense when we talk about the compactness of the smartphone. However, as far as the Samsung Galaxy S22 price is concerned, it is tipped that the handset will be more pocket-friendly than the iPhone 13.
The size difference vis a vis iPhone 13 is across all dimensions. The tipster says that the Galaxy S22 will be smaller in length, width, as well as thickness than the iPhone 13, which already measures 146.7 x 71.5 x 7.7 mm. Hence, making the Galaxy S22 one of the most compact flagships in the Android market. The last time Samsung launched a compact smartphone, it was the Galaxy S10e with a screen size of 5.8-inch. The Galaxy S22, however, is said to have a 6.06-inch display.
The tipster also claims that the Galaxy S22 will have support for 25W fast charging. This is slower when compared to the charging speeds tipped to be offered by the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra. They could have a 45W fast charging battery. Further, the Galaxy S22+ is said to be skipping on Samsung’s GN1 and GN2 camera sensors and instead opting for the recently launched ISOCELL GN5 camera sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 series could be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 SoC in India. The smartphones are not likely to come with under-display cameras and stick with punch-hole displays.