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Samsung Galaxy S22 lineup display sizes just got leaked online

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is set to launch in January 2022, succeeding the existing Galaxy S21 lineup. The Galaxy S22 series, like last year, is expected to come with three models, the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and S22 Ultra.

According to the claims made by Mauri QHD and Korean tech blog website Mauri QHD, the only model with an LTPO backplane for the OLED display will be the Galaxy S21 Ultra among the three smartphones in Samsung’s flagship lineup in 2022.

Display sizes of Samsung Galaxy S22 (Rumoured)

Both Mauri QHD and Naver claims for the Display sizes of the Samsung Galaxy S22 differs a slight bit. The Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature 6.06-inch, 6.55-inch, and 6.81-inch screens, respectively, according to Mauri QHD. While Naver suggested the smartphones will have 6.1-inch, 6.5-inch, and 6.8-inch displays. Although these are rumoured leaks, it's best to treat them with a grain of salt. Leak indicates that the base variant of Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ will have slightly reduced display sizes in comparison with existing Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus, which sports 6.2-inch and 6.7-inch screens, respectively however the Galaxy S22 Ultra will have the same 6.8-inch screen size.

In any case, the differences in size between the two models don't appear to be significant Samsung appears to be trying to squeeze the trio into a compact space. Unfortunately, no additional details have been given at this time.

Specs for Samsung Galaxy S22 (Rumoured)

The next flagship Android smartphone processor this time has also been indirectly linked to the Galaxy S22 series, another tip from the same source reveals. Samsung has secured orders for both Qualcomm's next-generation Snapdragon 895 top-shelf SOC and, its own in house Exynos 2200 for the Asian and European Market, according to Mauri QHD.

Both Samsung and TSMC are competing with each other in mobile processing power for Qualcomm's production process. But it now appears that Samsung has a competitive hand in hand with its new EUV technology.

As the age of 5nm processors, which lasted from 2020 to 2021, will be finished as we shift to the next node step, a generational processor manufacturing node may have necessitated this victory for Samsung's foundries and its new improved lithography machines. Samsung, in fact, appears to be so confident in its foundry's capabilities that the Snapdragon 895 and Exynos 2200 will be manufactured on a 4nm process.

In fact, the third generation of 5nm chipsets is said to have been supplied to imply a first-gen 4nm as the two potential Galaxy S22 chipsets have concluded that performance improvements from the 5nm that is on the world's finest iPhones and the Galaxies are around the same.

On the basis of these possible design upgrade and the specs of the processor, can’t deny that everyone is thrilled about the upcoming S22 model. Also when bringing a new camera sensor that Samsung unveiled not long ago, can make the Galaxy lineup a powerful beast of 2022.