Samsung says it will host an Unpacked event next month, after confirming via a press release. This press release by President TM Roh says that more features from the Galaxy Note Series will be available for the S series.
Roh says that the company appreciates feedback in designing “the most noteworthy S series device we’ve ever created.” He however called on the fanbase to help Samsung rewrite the future of smartphones once again” and an invitation to “[g]et ready for the ultimate Ultra experience.”
Samsung is looking to create the ultimate device, especially with cameras. He says the new Galaxy S series will take the best and brightest photos and videos. Roh also assures fans that users of its latest Galaxy S series will enjoy cutting edge-innovations.
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Samsung recently announced its Exynos 2200 chip, this is the next-gen with AMD’S RDNA 2 graphics. This is an in-house made mobile processor for smartphones. As earlier teased, this chip will include the first time graphics card. The Galaxy S22 could be the first smartphone to ship with it.
This AMD RDNA 2 chip is capable of ray tracing, creating smooth visuals for mobile gaming. Since the Galaxy S22 is Samsung upcoming flagship, there are chances it will ship with the smartphone. AMD last year said the South Korean Phone maker “next flagship mobile Soc ” would ship with RDNA2. Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Could Have The AMD RDNA 2 Graphics Chip
If you have loved the Galaxy Note series, the South Korean company says that its newest Galaxy S line would borrow hugely from them.
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