Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S22 flagship series will be officially unveiled in early next year. Meanwhile, as per the latest information via tipster FrontTron, the company is already conducting a 65W charging test for the Galaxy S22 series.
However, the tipster doesn’t claim about the specific model of the Galaxy S22 series but used the cryptic word “Rainbow”, which is the code name of Samsung’s next Galaxy S flagship lineup. Other than the 65W fast charging for Galaxy S22, the source didn’t reveal anything.
Hearing 65W in test phase for Rainbow RGB…
— Tron ❂ #GalaxyUnpacked (@FrontTron) July 20, 2021
Presently, the Galaxy S21 series only supports a maximum of 25W fast charging in order to protect the battery and improve life. Just like the current S range, the Galaxy S22 series will also feature three different models including Galaxy S22 (Red), Galaxy S22+ (Green), and Galaxy S22 Ultra (Blue).
Galaxy S22 Previous Reports
In terms of display, the upcoming Galaxy S22 series devices will have slightly smaller displays except for the Ultra variant. At the same time, it will surely highlight major camera upgrades as the Galaxy S is Samsung’s camera focussed lineup.
As per the previous reports, Samsung Galaxy S22’s standard edition will have a 6.06-6.1 inch screen, while the Galaxy S22+ will have a display of 6.5-6.6 inch, which are slightly smaller than the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+. Meanwhile, it is reported that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will be equipped with a glass back.