South Korean company Samsung is preparing to launch the next generation of its flagship Galaxy S series of smartphones, which will be released early next year. The Samsung Galaxy S22 lineup will include at least two models. These are the base Samsung Galaxy S22 and the top-end Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S22 +. The latter has already appeared in the popular synthetic Geekbench test.
The Geekbench database has spotted a new Samsung flagship smartphone with model number SM-S906U, which will hit the market as the Galaxy S22 +. According to the test results, the new product scored 1163 points in single-core mode and 2728 points in multi-core mode. This result was provided by the chipset installed inside, consisting of one core with a clock frequency of 3 GHz, three cores with a clock frequency of 2.5 GHz and four cores with a clock frequency of 1.79 GHz. The chip model is not listed, but there is no doubt that this is Qualcomm’s new flagship Snapdragon 898 processor, which will premiere later this month. The company is 8 GB of RAM. And everything is controlled by the latest operating system Android 12 installed on board.
It should be noted that smartphones of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 will be released in the United States, as well as countries in Asia and Africa. And in South Korea, Europe and other markets, models based on the proprietary Samsung Exynos 2200 processor will be sold.
Samsung originally planned to unveil the Galaxy S22 series in January, but then postponed the announcement until February. And in January, the debut of the long-awaited national flagship Samsung Galaxy S21 Fan Edition or simply Galaxy S21 FE, which was supposed to be released this year, will take place.