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21-09-2021 05:28 AM - last edited 21-09-2021 05:29 AM
Once the new Galaxy phone has been released then I would suggest to look at s21 vs s22 type internet pages, and then look at YouTube reviews and tech sites and then as importantly go to your local Samsung Experience Stores or Highstreet Network Stores to have a play with the working retail models.
My rule of thumb is that if a phone brings something new to the table that ticks my wants and needs boxes then I'll consider buying it @cxmeronking
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21-09-2021 06:04 PM in
Hi @cxmeronking Personally I think that upgrading your device biannually is more likely to be worthwhile but there are always some new features and is depends if you are enticed by the offering. Good advice from @BandOfBrothers . The speculation is that the S22 will have a 50 mp camera for the main lens and a 3x zoom telephoto lens. However the battery for the base and Plus models may be a slight downgrade though it is envisaged there will be support for faster charging. In terms of the Ultra there have been some conflicting reports on whether there will be a 200 mega pixel sensor but some reports on an octa-core chip.
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