Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Screens Will be Smaller Than Galaxy S21

Although it has been just over five months since the premiere of the S21 series, information is already starting to appear about the new Galaxy S22 series, which should not be expected before the end of this or the beginning of next year. Anyway, six months before the launch of the future Samsung Galaxy S22 series, we already know more about the size of smartphones, and especially the size of their screens.

The leaker @MauriQHD revealed on Twitter that the Galaxy S22 and S22 + will offer smaller screens than the current generation. Indeed, according to its source named “Hades” who was very rarely wrong in the past, the Galaxy S22 should be equipped with a screen of only 6.06 inches. The Galaxy S22 would have a 6.55-inch screen.

  • S22: 6.06-6.1 inch;
  • S22 +: 6.55 – 6.66 inches;
  • S22 Ultra: 6.80 – 6.81 inches

Unlike the more affordable phones in the series, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will retain its current size, as it will offer a 6.81-inch screen. The @MauriQHD leaker also specifies that just like in 2021, the Ultra model will again be the only one in the series to offer an LTPO screen.

In terms of resolution, we expect it to be the same as the current models – WQHD + for the Ultra model, while for the S22 and S22 + models FHD + resolution is mentioned.

For now, so much, we hope that some more interesting data about the new Samsung Galaxy S22 series of smartphones will soon appear, whose official premiere we will most likely not have this one but in 2022. Look, the year number and model number will match again.

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