Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus – Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus revealed battery specifications and charging capacity before launch
According to recent leaks, the Korean company Samsung plans to launch its new series of phones Samsung Galaxy S22 on February 8, 2022, and this series will include three phones represented in the regular version (Samsung Galaxy S22), and the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus, in addition to the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
This series has appeared in many leaks and rumors so far. Today, new leaks revealed official information regarding the specifications and design of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus.
Specifications and design of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus
Leaked images show us that the Galaxy S22 Plus has a front camera for selfies and video calls inside a centrally aligned hole and uniformly narrow bezels around the screen. The power button and volume up and down buttons are located on the right side of the device.
The device also appears to have a metal body. On the back, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus will have a triple rear camera and LED flash on the right side of the vertical camera module. We can also see the Samsung logo subtly placed at the bottom of the back of the device.
The source added that the Galaxy S22 Plus will be launched in the UK with the Exynos 2200 processor. The 50-megapixel wide-shooting camera in the regular Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus will have Adaptive Pixel technology, which necessarily uses two photo modes – 108 megapixels (Mode Remusiac) and 12 MP (without cabin). Images will be captured in 12-bit.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus is also likely to feature a brightness of 1,750 nits and an adaptive refresh rate, and the weight of the regular version will be 167 grams, while the Galaxy S22 Plus will be slightly heavier and will weigh 195 grams.
On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be the heaviest at 228 grams. Finally, the Galaxy S22 Plus features a 4,500mAh battery with fast charging support with capacity 45 watts via USB Type-C charging port.
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Are you planning to buy a Galaxy S22 series phone as soon as it is launched?