Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S22 series on 9 February 2022 at a Galaxy Unpacked event alongside the Galaxy Tab S8 series, launching pre-orders the same day.
On the front you'll find a 6.1in AMOLED display - a touch smaller than last year's model. It's otherwise similar, with an FHD+ resolution, and support for dynamic refresh rate scaling from 10Hz up to 120Hz. As you'd expect, an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner is built into the display.
it will be paired with 8GB of RAM and a choice of 128GB or 256GB of storage.
the regular S22 has a capacity of 3700mAh - a small drop from last year. It supports wired charging at up to 25W speeds, and wireless charging up to 15W.
The main camera and the telephoto are the two big upgrades. After pixel-binning, the former features 23% larger pixels than its predecessor, while the telephoto is replacing the 64Mp, 1.1x zoom lenses the company has used for the last two generations,