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Samsung Galaxy S21 was the first S series launched in January. Before that, the company usually announces the flagship series in the second half of February, during the Mobile World Congress (MWC). It's reported that the Korean tech giant will likely follow the new schedule by launching the Galaxy S22 in the first month of the year.
The latest information came from Korean media The Elec. During the pandemic, MWC is no longer the major event for smartphone manufacturers to launch their new products due to many restrictions. Samsung is one of the companies that separates itself from MWC when launching new smartphones by holding events individually.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series could be jam-packed with a bunch of impressive tech specs and features, including AMD-level graphics, 65W fast-charging, a cooling system that uses a vapour chamber and more. For photography, the devices could bring a 50MP RGBW sensor and a 10MP sensor with 3x optical zoom.
Before Samsung, let's not forget we'll be seeing new flagships from Google and Apple next month! Leave some comments to let us know how excited you are about seeing these new devices! Stay tuned to TechNave.com for more smartphone reports.