With Samsung’s foldable phones out of the way, many are turning their eyes towards Samsung’s next big thing, which will be the Galaxy S22 that is due in 2022. When exactly remains to be seen, but we expect it will be in the very early part of the year, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that mass production will be kicking off soon.
According to the latest reports, it seems that the Samsung Galaxy S22 is expected to enter mass production come November 2021. In fact, apparently Samsung has actually started to produce some of the parts that will be used in the phone.
It is still admittedly a bit early to tell what kind of features that phone will come with, but it is rumored that the Galaxy S22 could be powered by a new Exynos chipset that features the use of AMD’s GPUs. This is something that’s been highly anticipated, although last we heard, not all Galaxy S22 models will have it and that it might be limited to select regions.
Other than that, there have been some rumors about the phone possibly packing a triple camera setup with a 50MP primary sensor, and that the phone could come with 65W fast charging.
In any case, we expect that more details should probably leak in the months leading up to the announcement, so check back with us later for more updates.