The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S22 Plus will come with the new Exynos 2200. But the company not only stayed on changing the chipset, which will now incorporate the Exynos 2200, but will also offer faster charging at 45W for the Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S22 Plus. Unfortunately, we were unable to find out if the fastest charging for the S22 will be available.
For the Galaxy S22 Ultra we learn that it will come along with S-Pen, something that the public was asking for, with the device replacing the Galaxy Note series completely. Also interesting will be the camera, which we will see with the next generation 108MP sensor from Samsung, while it will also have a brighter lens.
The impressive change, however, will come to stabilization, which will be better by 48%, with the company not indicating for the time being how it will achieve it. In the rest of the cameras we will not see any substantial difference.
We will also see changes on the screen, which will be at 6.8 inches, but its brightness will reach 1800nits, which is particularly impressive.
For the Galaxy S22 Plus we learn that it will come with a 6.6 inches screen and charging at 45W, while as is logical we will see it with the Exynos 2200. What will change in the design is that the cameras will not have a frame around it, but each one will project separately on the back of the device, a very special choice. The cameras will remain the same compared to those of the Galaxy S21 Plus, at least in terms of hardware.
Samsung seems to want to hit Apple on the video track with new and more efficient stabilization, while faster charging will bring what they lacked compared to its competition in the Android camp.