We expect the Samsung Galaxy S22 to launch early in 2022. We’ve got a ways to go until then, but here’s what we hope to see!
Samsung Galaxy S22 Review
It is no secret that the sales of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series have been sluggish. Fortunately, the company is back on track with the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, which has been critically and commercially successful. It’s time to look ahead and think about what we might see in the Samsung Galaxy S22 series.
The fact is that if Samsung just updated the phone to a newer chipset and almost everything else remains the same, we would be very happy. The Galaxy S21 series is for everyone, whether you are just looking for a basic model or a monster of all specifications. If it’s not broken, don’t fix it, right?
However, we hope to see something at Samsung. Here are six things we hope to see in the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. They are all realistic wishes, which means that they are not hopes for God. Samsung proposes that all these changes are completely realistic. Come on
The wired fast charge?
Over the years, Samsung has lagged far behind its competitors in terms of charging cable speed. The Galaxy S21 series phones get 25W power when using a single cable, which is less than half of the OnePlus 9 series, which is actually lower than the 2020 OnePlus 8 series and 2019 OnePlus 7 series.
As more and more companies offer faster wired charging speeds, Samsung can no longer ignore this trend. All Samsung Galaxy S22 series phones should provide 45W wired charging, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra should provide 65W (or higher), but as long as everything reaches 45W, it is enough.
To be clear, we do not require the 100+ watts that some companies want. Energy transfer that quickly shortens battery life. It helps to spend the day in the shower.
Unfortunately, it can actually be guaranteed that Samsung will not provide a 45 W charger in the Galaxy S22 series box. Unfortunately, but at least people who value fast loading can choose. Either way, 25W is not enough. more.
More advantages of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus
In the past, the difference between the Galaxy S Vanilla and its corresponding Plus was obvious. We usually see more rear camera lenses, higher resolution displays, more RAM, etc.
The Galaxy S21 series did not happen. Except for the glass back cover, larger case/screen and slightly larger battery, the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus are almost identical. It’s its own, but considering that the Galaxy S21 Plus is $200 expensive, it becomes a real racket.
Now let us dive into the encouraging pricing structure of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. Now, assuming Samsung continues to provide Plus models, it should provide more discounts or lower prices. We offer faster-wired charging, a higher resolution display and a slightly advanced camera system, as well as the glass back cover and larger battery we saw on the Galaxy S21 Plus.
Otherwise, the price of Galaxy S22 Plus should drop by at least $100. There is no reason to spend $200 more on a slightly larger phone.
More storage space and/or return from the MicroSD slot
All Galaxy S21 phones support 8K video recording. Recordings of this quality require a lot of data, about 10 MB per second. 4K recording keeps your files huge. However, the strange thing is that the Galaxy S21 series starts with 128 GB of internal storage and has no scalability.
We understand why Samsung cancelled the support for microSD in the Galaxy S21 series. For ordinary consumers, this is an unwelcome feature and will make the phone more expensive and difficult to design. Similarly; if you do not provide a higher level of internal storage as a basis, you cannot turn off support for expandable storage.
We hope that the company can use S22 to fix this error. We would love to see the return of the microSD card slot, which seems to be a perfect compromise. If not, we would like to see 256GB of internal storage space. At least for phones that allow you to record at least 5 hours of 8K footage before running out of storage space (and you need to figure out which cloud service to save it to).