It is known that the next flagship series from Samsung after the Galaxy Z series launch event would be the new Galaxy S Series. This time, the Galaxy S series is expected to be named Galaxy S22 series. The expected launch time for this series is January 2022.
This morning, the famous Samsung leakster @IceUniverse has revealed that the company is now testing to bring higher charging power to its new Galaxy S22 series. This time, we might see 45W or 65W charging in the new S series models instead of 25W.
It is worth mentioning that the upcoming Galaxy S21 FE has already been listed on FCC Certification with 45W charging, which points to us that the upcoming S series models will be more potent in terms of charging.
It’s been around two years that Samsung is stick to 25W charging, which looks pretty outdated in today’s world, while other brands are working to bring 120W charging as a regular thing in smartphones. If the news of higher charging becomes true, a significant shortcoming of Samsung will be filled.
Some sources also claimed that there would be a different charging power on different models. For example, Galaxy S22 Ultra might feature 65W charging while the standard model features 45W charging.
As per previous leaks, it is expected that the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will remain unchanged in terms of appearance, while the total size of the device may be reduced.
In addition, a stronger camera setup with a main 108MP (HM3, third-generation lens) sensor will be used on Galaxy S22 series, which is manufactured in collaboration with Olympus.
Inside the new Galaxy S22 series, a newer generation of Snapdragon 8xx series is expected to use, which might be named Snapdragon 895, or a newer Exynos chipset will be featured (for European, Middle East, Asian variants).