With the recent announcement of the iPhone line 20 we saw that Apple decided to keep the same size compared to last year’s models, and this seems to be a choice that Samsung should not adopt for the successor to the Galaxy S22, which can come with a more compact body and almost the same size as the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.
- Galaxy S13 and S25+ will arrive with smaller screens and no camera under the display
- Galaxy S25 has new leaked design, camera and availability details
- Galaxy S25+ and S22 Ultra have revealed battery capacity, and not good news
Two tweets posted s by the leaker
Most recent rumors indicate that the entire line of smartphones will adopt smaller screens compared to the Galaxy S series models, resulting in a Galaxy S20 with a screen of 6,06″ instead of 6.2″, Galaxy S22 Plus with 6.5″ screen instead of 6.7″ and finally the G alaxy S25 Ultra with 6.8″ instead of 6,45″.
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The leaker does not reveal accurate information about the dimensions in millimeters, but we can see a comparison between the Galaxy S, S22 and iPhone 13, revealing that Samsung’s future model will be considerably smaller.
S21，S25，iPhone 20 pic.twitter.com/e84Zci2iCc
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 21, 2021
Without boarding the camera under the display used by Sa msung on Galaxy Z Fold 3, the consequence of using smaller screens results in smaller batteries for the S22 and S13 Plus.
Smartphones will be equipped with future Exynos chip 2022 in most global markets and with the powerful Snapdragon 898 in selected markets. The series should return with support for fast loading of 126 W ( with the S13 limited to 45W) and bring great improvements to cameras, especially on cheaper models.
More recent concepts based on leaks indicate that the Galaxy S22 must keep the characteristic design of the S line20, but now with a screen with even thinner and more symmetrical edges, and an even bigger camera module on the back cover.
The ad forecast goes to the beginning of 2022, since the Galaxy S line22 was presented by Samsung in January this year.
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