The unveiling of the new Galaxy S22 smartphones is getting closer and showing reliable information about the best upcoming Samsung phones. This time, the FCC licensing body provides information that many users should not like at all.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus has a smaller battery
In the past few weeks, there have been increasing rumors that Samsung would like to reduce the size of the batteries in the new Galaxy S22 smartphones. Now there is at least one for the Galaxy S22 Plus Official confirmation from the FCC. The Galaxy S22 Plus appeared there and the authorities shared some information (Source: SamMobile). Including the size of the built-in battery.
According to the Federal Communications Commission, the battery Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus has a capacity of 4370 mAh. This is even lower than previously thought. The battery was assumed to have a capacity of at least 4500 mAh. As a reminder: a 4800mAh battery is integrated into the Galaxy S21 Plus, which makes the smartphone a true runner for endurance. With 4370 mAh, the Galaxy S22 Plus can no longer do that.
While according to the latest rumors, the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s battery shouldn’t change compared to its predecessor’s 5,000mAh, a smaller battery is also expected in the regular Galaxy S22. According to rumors this should It only accommodates 3700 mAh instead of 4000 mAh. But since the Galaxy S22 Plus’ battery is smaller than expected, this may also apply to the Galaxy S22. So we can face another nasty surprise.
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Samsung Galaxy S22 gets smaller and gets better cameras
While the smaller batteries are of course disappointing, the Galaxy S22 smartphones should surprise favorably. Samsung wants to remanufacture mobile phones a little smaller, which also explains the somewhat reduced battery capacity. In addition, the main camera should be much better. The official presentation is expected in February 2022. Then we will find out all the details at the latest.
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