The future generations of Galaxy S-series phones may skip the under-display selfie camera technology.
Samsung is reportedly in the works to brings the next Galaxy S-series, which is likely to be called Galaxy S22 series. It was earlier rumored that Samsung may use an under-display selfie camera for the S22 series. Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station has revealed that the Galaxy S22 series will stick with the punch-hole style selfie camera.
The upcoming Galaxy Z Fold3 will feature under-display camera technology and will be the first mass-produced commercial phone with this new camera technology. Recent reports believe that Samsung could be partnering with Japanese camera maker Olympus for the Galaxy S22 series. Companies are now putting efforts into making better cameras, and as a result, they partner with optics companies. The most recent is OnePlus, which partnered with Hasselblad for the OnePlus 9 series.
A recent report from a Korean publication claims that Samsung has agreed to partner with Olympus and the Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature a 200-megapixel Olympus-branded camera. On the other hand, Galaxy S22 and S22+ may settle with a 50-megapixel main camera. As of now, Samsung has not confirmed the existence of the next flagship Galaxy S-series, rumored to be called the Galaxy S22 series. Usually, the flagship Galaxy S-series is unveiled around January month. So, we can expect the same with Galaxy S22 series.
Samsung has its Galaxy Unpacked Event 2021 where the company is likely to unveil a bunch of products. Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 will the key highlight of the event. Both these phones are reportedly coming with a cheaper price tag than their predecessor. Read more about them in our Samsung section.
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