Everything we can about the. to know iPhone 13 and the Samsung Galaxy S22 so far

Everything we can about the.  to know iPhone 13 and the Samsung Galaxy S22 so far

Tech Highlights:

  • Based on the leaks and speculations we’ve seen, the Samsung Galaxy S22 should be up to the challenge. This might feature a new AMD-powered processor, improved cameras, and a Galaxy S22 Ultra with an integrated S Pen that could actually replace the Galaxy Note line. We’ve also heard that quicker charging is possible.

  • The iPhone 13 vs Galaxy S22 comparison is all you need to get a glimpse of what is expected to be the largest smartphone duel of the year. To beat the new iPhone, at least based on our iPhone 13 review, it’ll take a lot. Apple’s latest iPhones have larger batteries, better displays, and improved cameras, as well as the fastest mobile CPU available. It’s a tall order to follow in his footsteps.

This early iPhone 13 vs. Galaxy S22 face-off looks at how these handsets might measure up in the battle for best phone based on what we’ve seen from Apple’s devices and what we’ve heard about Samsung’s plans. Here’s everything we know so far.

Pricing for the Galaxy S22 is a bit trickier, given that we’re not expecting to see that phone until January 2022 at the earliest. (Typically, new Galaxy S models have arrived in February, though Samsung moved up the launch of this year’s S21 lineup.) We’d expect pricing to remain consistent from the Galaxy S21, which saw price cuts from the previous generation of Samsung flagships. That would give the Galaxy S22 a starting price of $799, with Plus and Ultra versions priced at $999 and $1,199, respectively. That’s subject to change, as we get more information about the rumored phones.

The iPhone 13 mini starts at $699 for a 128GB model, while the iPhone 13 costs $799. The iPhone 13 Pro costs $999, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max goes for $1,099. In addition to the 128GB base models, you can pay up for 256GB and 512GB versions of each phone; there’s also a 1TB option for the two iPhone 13 Pro models if you don’t mind parting with a small fortune.

Outside of foldable phones, we’re unlikely to see major changes to smartphone design, so expect the Galaxy S22 to look a lot like the Galaxy S21, just like the iPhone 13 adopted the iPhone 12’s look. Still, some changes are reportedly in the works.

Chief among them is the idea that the Galaxy S22 could use an under-display camera for its front shooter. This would pick up a feature introduced to Samsung phones with the Galaxy Z Fold 3. It would certainly give the S22 an edge over the iPhone 13, which still has a notch interrupting its display, even if that notch is 20% smaller on Apple’s new phones. However, photos taken with under-display cameras have looked pretty lackluster so far, so Samsung will need to figure out a way to improve that if the feature is indeed headed to the Galaxy S22.

Another possible design change for the S22 is the phone’s rear camera array. Renders have shown a p-shaped array, though we’re going to need stronger evidence before we believe this is the direction Samsung will take. Apple slightly tweaked the camera setups on its iPhone 13 models — the cheaper iPhones now have diagonal lenses while the array is slightly larger on the Pro model to accommodate bigger cameras.

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