Today, LetsGoDigital exposed the Samsung Galaxy S22 standard version rendering.
LetsGoDigital broke the news that the Samsung Galaxy S22 uses almost the same design language as the previous generation: a centered hole-digging screen and three rear cameras.
It is worth noting that this generation of Galaxy S22 achieves four-sided narrowness, a high screen-to-body ratio, and an outstanding visual effect after lighting the screen.
In addition, LetsGoDigital said that Super Roader, a former Samsung employee in South Korea, confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S22 will use the above design.
In the core configuration, the Samsung Galaxy S22 standard version is expected to provide dual versions of Snapdragon and Exynos, and the Snapdragon version uses the Snapdragon 898 flagship processor.
This chip is based on Samsung’s 4nm process and the super-large core is Cortex X2, which is expected to be released by the end of this year.
The highlight of the Exynos version is that it integrates AMD GPU, and the performance is expected.
The phone is rumored to be officially released in February 2022, when the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra will be unveiled on the same stage.