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Galaxy S22 series display resolutions tipped online: no display upgrade?

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Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra display resolutions leak online: no display upgrade this year?
As the end of the year approaches, the hype and leaks for the Galaxy S22 series are now piling up, and we see more and more information online enhancing the picture of what we should expect when the three flagship phones are released. Now, reputable leaker IceUniverse has something to say about the displays of the three phones.

Galaxy S22 Note (or Ultra), Galaxy S22+, Galaxy S22 display resolutions tipped online


IceUniverse has a reputation for giving accurate information on leaks, and this time, the reputable tipster has published what the display resolutions of the three phones are most likely going to be.

He stated the mighty and powerful Galaxy S22 Ultra (or S22 Note as most recent rumors suggest) will come with a 3088x1440 resolution and a 19.3:9 ratio. The smaller-sized Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ are reportedly coming with a 2340x1080 and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. He doesn't mention anything about pixel density at this time.

To set these numbers in perspective, let's see what the predecessors brought this year. The Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with 3200 x 1440 pixels in a 20:9 ratio, the Galaxy S21, and the Galaxy S21+ came with 2400 x 1080 pixels and the same 20:9 ratio. As we can see from the numbers, things aren't looking like a big upgrade for the S22 series. If anything, the aspect ratio is slightly less tall than the S22 series predecessor.



Recently, we reported on some dummy units that also leaked online, showcasing how the three models from the lineup might look like.

Galaxy S22 series: what to expect and what we have heard so far


Although the Galaxy S22 series has not yet been officially announced, rumors and leaks have now started to paint the picture of what we can expect from the flagship phones when they are announced and then subsequently released at the beginning of next year.

First off, as we already mentioned above, just yesterday we had a leak showcasing how the three phones will look like, with dummy units of the three models. However, these images could be a rough approximation of what the three phones will look like.


In terms of specs, there is also a lot that's already known for the three phones. Of course, the processor that will power the Galaxy S22 trio (at least in the United States, China, and probably India) will be the almighty Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, while the rest of the markets are expected to get the yet-unannounced Samsung Exynos 2200 chip, which will reportedly feature AMD graphics.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra, or what could be called the Galaxy S22 Note, is expected to come with a dedicated S Pen slot this time, instead of forcing you to carry a bulky case for the digital stylus.

The biggest and mightiest of the three phones should boast a 6.8-inch display with the now-standard 120Hz refresh rate. The S22 Note is expected to come with a quad-camera system sporting a 108MP main sensor. Complementing the main sensor will be a 12MP ultra-wide cam, a 10MP 10x periscope zoom module, and a 10MP 3x telephoto lens. Quite understandably, this powerhouse of a phone will have a 5,000mAh battery.

For the vanilla S22, we expect a 6.06-inch screen, while the S22 Plus will reportedly have a 6.55-inch display panel. The former will pack a 3,700mAh battery, while the latter is expected to carry a 4,500mAh cell. Additionally, both phones are most likely going to come with triple cameras with a 50MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide, and a 10MP 3x telephoto.

The trio is expected to be officially unveiled in February 2022, and will most likely hit the shelves shortly after.

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