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Recently, tipster IceUniverse revealed important Galaxy S22 Ultra camera specifications. Now, the source shared more information regarding the camera capabilities of the top variant of the upcoming Galaxy S series.
S22 Ultra camera 100% accuracy
108MP Main camera
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 26, 2021
Launched back in January 2021, the Galaxy S21 is Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone lineup to date. As the Galaxy S is the company’s camera focussed lineup, the Galaxy consumers are expecting big camera upgrades with the next range.
Recently, reliable tipster IceUniverse revealed some important information related to the camera specs/capabilities of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. According to the leak, the top variant of the next Galaxy S lineup will feature a slightly improved 108MP primary camera sensor (1/33-inch) with 0.8µm pixels and an F1.8 aperture.
In addition to the 108MP sensor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra camera specs include a 12MP ultrawide camera sensor from Sony (1/2.55-inch), featuring 1.4µm pixels and an F2.2 aperture. Besides, the device will also have two 10MP (1/3.52-inch) Sony sensors, one with 3x optical zoom and the other with a 10x optical zoom.
Apart from this, previously, it is reported that the upcoming Galaxy S22 series will introduce the next Exynos flagship processor with AMD GPU. Also, the Galaxy S22 Ultra might have a dedicated slot for inserting the S Pen stylus just like a Galaxy Note phone.
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S22 Ultra camera
108mp Improved version of HM3 main 1 / 1.33 "0.8 um F1.8 FOV 85
12MP 0.6X sony 1/2.55" 1.4um F2.2 FOV 120
10MP 10X new sony 1/3.52" 1.12um F4.9 FOV 11
10MP 3X new sony 1/3.52" 1.12um F2.4 FOV 36
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 26, 2021
Samsung Galaxy F23 5G to feature Snapdragon 750G, Android 12, Geekbench revealed
Samsung is all set to introduce its flagship Galaxy S22 series smartphones next month. At the same time, the company is also preparing to introduce Galaxy A53 in the coming months. Meanwhile, a piece of new information reveals another upcoming Samsung phone.
According to a report by MySmartPrice, a new Samsung Galaxy SM-E236B has appeared at the Geekbench benchmark database. Of course, the listing doesn’t reveal its name but there’s a rumor that the said SM-E236B will be named Samsung Galaxy F23.
This is a successor to last year’s Samsung Galaxy F22 and could be rebranded Galaxy M23. Furthermore, the Geekbench listing reveals some key specifications of the device. Let’s a look at them below (via).
Samsung Galaxy F23 specifications:
According to the Geekbench listing, the device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor. This processor comes with an integrated X52 modem, that brings 5G connectivity to the table. The report also confirms the presence of Adreno 619 GPU.
Furthermore, the Galaxy F23 will run an Android 12 based One UI 4.0 software system out of the box. Lastly, it is the 6GB RAM variant of the device that has been spotted on Geekbench, however, we can expect it in other configurations as well.
Besides specifications, the product scored 640 points in the single-core round of the benchmark test. Whereas, the score in the multi-core round of the same test was recorded as 1820 points.
Samsung Unpacked 2022 website confirms Galaxy S22 launch on February 9
Samsung Galaxy S22 has grabbed all the headlines of many other products as its launch is just around the corner. Last week, Samsung officially confirmed that it will announce the most awaited Galaxy S22 series in February. But when in February?
Multiple launch dates about the Galaxy S22 launch are surfing online. Some claim it’s February 8 while others say it’s February 9. Meanwhile, a reliable tipster named TechInsider has appeared with some additional details on the Galaxy S22 launch.
Samsung Electronics confirmed this date by adding in code to their “Unpacked 2022” website that has not been activated yet. These "add to calendar" links add the Event to your calendar, February 9th 10am EST.
Add it to Google Calendar here: https://t.co/JmobnB0NWU#unpacked2022 https://t.co/GtrdWV7cIt pic.twitter.com/atytKTa0Ov
— TechInsider (@TechInsiderBlog) January 22, 2022
The tipster has shared a screenshot that unveils that Samsung’s ‘Get Ready to Break the Rules’ event will start at 15:00 UTC on February 9. He also says that this Galaxy Unpacked event will be virtual and people can watch it on Samsung’s official website.
Furthermore, TechInsider also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will be available to purchase on February 25. Whereas, its pre-reservation and pre-booking will start between February 14 to 21 and February 21 to 24, respectively.
Samsung Galaxy S22 pre-reservation:
Yes, Samsung is letting you pre-reserve its latest smartphones, such as Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra ahead of their launch. So, if you want to get any of these smartphones before anyone else, you can now pre-book yours from the official Samsung website. For more information, click here.
2022 Samsung A phones to equip MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chip, stronger than Galaxy S22’s Exynos 2200
A few days back, Samsung announced the Exynos 2200 flagship chipset that will debut alongside the upcoming Galaxy S22 series smartphones. However, a tipster has recently revealed important information regarding the upcoming Galaxy A series phones.
According to the Twitter post by tipster IceUniverse, select Samsung Galaxy A series devices may use MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 chipset. The source pointed out that the Dimensity 9000 chip is stronger than the Exynos 2200 in terms of CPU, GPU, NPU, and other aspects.
Aside from this, the same source disclosed that the first batch of manufacturers that will use the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 includes Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus, Realme, Vivo, and Motorola. However, it is also said that select Galaxy A phones will use Samsung’s own Exynos chips.
The first batch of manufacturers to carry the Dimensity 9000 include vivo, Realme, Xiaomi, OPPO, Samsung, Motorola, OnePlus
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) January 24, 2022
MediaTek Dimensity 9000 Specs
MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chip comes with TSMC’s 4nm process + Armv9 architecture combination alongside having a high-performance Cortex-X2 core. Based on Armv9 architecture, Cortex-X2 brings 35% better performance and 37% more power efficiency.
- Large core-1 Arm Cortex-X2 core, frequency 3.05GHz
- Big core-3 Arm Cortex-A710 cores, frequency 2.85GHz
- Small core-4 Arm Cortex-A510 energy efficiency cores
- Support LPDDR5X memory, the speed can reach 7500Mb/s.
In terms of gaming, the Dimensity 9000 uses Arm Mali-G710 graphics processor and launched a mobile ray tracing SDK kit, including Arm Mali-G710 ten-core GPU, mobile ray-tracing graphics rendering technology, support 180Hz FHD + display.
Apart from this, the Dimensity 9000 brings the flagship 18-bit HDR-ISP (image signal processor) that can shoot HDR video with three cameras at the same time without major power consumption. Impressively, the SoC supports up to 320MP camera sensor.
- High-performance ISP processing speed up to 9 billion pixels/sec supports three cameras
- Process 18-bit HDR video and support triple exposure for triple cameras
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