According to the newest rumour, the Samsung Galaxy S22 will have a unique and amazing display.
The display of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the top model of the expected forthcoming flagship phone series, will be the brightest Samsung has ever manufactured, according to Twitter tipster Ice Universe. It also appears, based on their tweet, that this display will not be offered to other firms.
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Ice Universe refers to the tweet’s max brightness, which is measured on a completely white display, something you’re unlikely to encounter while using the phone. A high peak brightness, on the other hand, should imply a high normal brightness, which is the more important metric for customers when evaluating the strength of different displays.
With 1,500 nits, Samsung’s previous brightest OLED phone display was found on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. So, while Ice Universe doesn’t disclose any brightness values, we may assume that the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s display will exceed 1,500 nits based on their promises.
This brilliant screen is said to be exclusive to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. While Samsung Display, one of the many companies that make up Samsung, sells its technology to a variety of other businesses and smartphone manufacturers, it also keeps some of it for its own use. So, if Ice Universe’s prediction is correct, we may see the Galaxy S22 in a similar predicament.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra was the first time Samsung gave Galaxy S users the option to use a stylus, but only as an optional accessory that couldn’t be stored within the body of the phone.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to have a 6.8-inch display, which is the same size as the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s but may be housed in a smaller overall frame. Given that the Galaxy S21 Ultra had a QHD resolution and a 120Hz dynamic refresh rate, the Galaxy S22 Ultra should have similar characteristics. We really hope Samsung includes them, since it would give the Galaxy S22 Ultra a chance to compete with the Galaxy S21 Ultra for a top spot in our best phones rankings.
Other notable speculations about the Galaxy S22 Ultra, besides from the display, include the potential of an in-built S Pen pen.
Another major leaked feature is the phone’s new “waterdrop” rear camera design, which replaces the camera block seen on previous Galaxy S generations with individual lenses embedded in the phone’s back. Unfortunately, the cameras that are expected to be used in the Galaxy S22 Ultra appear to be nearly identical to those found in the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Along with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung is expected to release two more models: a standard Galaxy S22 and a new Galaxy S22 Pro, which will take the place of the Galaxy S21 Plus in the existing range. Depending on where you buy it, the Galaxy S22 is anticipated to include either a Snapdragon 895 or an Exynos 2200 processor.