The Samsung Galaxy S22 is expected to arrive with a new 50MP RGBW sensor

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The Samsung Galaxy S22 is expected to arrive with a new 50MP RGBW sensor

A Samsung you are working on your high-end smartphones Galaxy S of the latest generation, which will be released early next year as Samsung Galaxy S22. While there is plenty of time for the official release, some smartphone-related leaks continue to appear online.

In the most recent leak, Yogesh’s informant states that Galaxy S22 series gives Samsung, as well as other telephones other than those of the Samsung, it will arrive with a new 50MP RGBW sensor.

Ice Universe stated that the South Korean giant would launch a new 200-megapixel camera sensor and a 50-megapixel RGBW unit next month. Samsung had already confirmed that it was working on a 200 megapixel camera sensor.

It was also said that the high-end variant, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will keep the 108 megapixel sensor. However, this information has been disproved and the device is expected to have a new 200-megapixel sensor in a five-camera configuration. The 200MP sensor will be developed in collaboration with Olympus, based in Japan.

A Samsung recently announced the world’s smallest 0.64μm pixel sensor, the 50MP ISOCELL JN1 camera, which is aimed at mid-range phones. In February, it had introduced the 50MP ISOCELL GN2 sensor, which measures 1 / 1.12 inches and has 1.4μm pixels.

The series is expected Samsung Galaxy S22 It also comes with 65W charging support and the company is reportedly testing the technology. The 65W charger Samsung was certified by TÜV SÜD in February this year. This is the same charger with model number EP-TA865 that was certified by South Korea’s NRRA certification in September last year.

Last week, it was reported that the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 + Y Galaxy S22 Ultra it will probably have the model numbers SM-S901x, SM-906x, and SM-S908x. Though not confirmed yet, the phones are expected to ship in January 2022.

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