Last month we saw Samsung launch several new devices with lots of amazing upgrades. One of the most interesting features is the camera under the display on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. Several rumors suggest that Samsung has been working on bringing this technology to the Galaxy S series. However, Ice Universe’s latest tweet claims we will have to wait a little longer as it claims that the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will continue to have a display with a punch-hole design.
The latest rumors suggest that we can expect great things from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series, just not everything we hoped for. Well-known leaker Ice Universe posted a tweet stating, “It can be confirmed that the Galaxy S22 series still uses Hole and still uses the same camera area design as the S21.”
It can be confirmed that the Galaxy S22 series is still using Hole and still using the same camera area design as the S21
– Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) September 14, 2021
We cannot confirm or deny this information, but we can advise you to salt this like any other rumor. We can understand that Samsung may want to skip the under-display cameras in the Galaxy S22 series as the current UDC in the Galaxy Z Fold 3 records in 4MP resolution, which means users are most likely to want the 10MP selfie The camera on the cover display will be used for selfies and videos.
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It’s not all bad news, though, as we’ve also received information suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus have a primary 50 MP camera sensor, as well as a 12 MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom and a 12 MP ultra wide angle camera lens. Unfortunately, camera upgrades would only be limited to the rear, as the selfie camera of the future Galaxy S series may again pack 10MP like the Galaxy S21 series.
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