The Galaxy S22 series is expected to go official in February 2022. Ahead of the announcement, most of the specifications of Galaxy S22 series smartphones have been leaked, including their chipsets, screen size, rear-facing cameras, and battery capacity. Now, a new report has revealed information about their front-facing cameras.
According to GalaxyClub, the Galaxy S22 and the Galaxy S22+ will continue using the 10MP selfie camera, similar to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S20, and the Galaxy S21. It is even possible that Samsung is using the same sensor size, aperture, and autofocus. If you can remember, the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S21+ feature a 10MP selfie camera with a 1/3.24-inch sensor, 1.22µm pixels, dual-pixel autofocus, an F2.2 aperture, and 4K 60fps video recording.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra will reportedly use a 40MP selfie camera, similar to its predecessors, the Galaxy S20 Ultra and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Samsung hasn't upgraded selfie cameras on its high-end smartphones for three years in a row. The Galaxy S21's front-facing camera is not bad by any means, but given how much people have started using front-facing cameras lately (for video meetings and vlogging), the company should improve selfie cameras on its phones.
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