Samsung Galaxy S22 series to pack a 50MP RGBW sensor: Report
Samsung has launched its Samsung Galaxy S21 series back in January 2021. The S21 Ultra was probably the best Android smartphone you can get. We’re not too far from the launch of the Galaxy S22 series. The leaks and rumours regarding the device are already out on the Internet. We now have more information about the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series.
Know tipster Yogesh on Twitter has shared information about the camera specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, he also shared information about the upcoming other non-Samsung devices as well. He further says that Samsung Galaxy S22 will feature a 50MP RGBW sensor coming from the house of Samsung.
In the main tweet, Ice Universe claims that Samsung will launch its new whopping 200MP high-resolution camera. Some reports claimed that Samsung Galaxy S22 series will retain a 108MP camera as well. The report was refuted later. While the Samsung Galaxy S22 ultra claimed to offer a Penta rear camera setup with a 200MP camera sensor in partnership with Olympus.
Samsung recently announced its 50MP ISOCEL JN1 camera sensor with the world’s smallest 0.64μm-pixel sensor. The sensor is made for mid-premium and mid-range smartphones. Back in February 2021, they had unveiled a 50MP ISOCELL GN2 sensor with is 1/1.12-inches and has 1.4μm-sized pixels.
Spreading light more into the specifications of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series. The Galaxy S22 series is expected to feature a 65W charger, which is currently under testing. The charge has already been certified on multiple certifications like South Korea’s NRRA and TUV SUD. It was certified with the model number EP-TA865. Apart from this, we don’t have much information to share about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series. It will carry the most high-end specifications in the world of Android and is expected to launch by Q1 2022.