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Samsung Galaxy S22 vapor chamber tech tipped for cool future

The next Samsung Galaxy smartphone may return to advanced vapor chamber cooling in the year 2022. This sort of heat dissipation was originally used in the Samsung Galaxy S10+, with some success, but the tech was phased out over the next generation, appearing in SOME Galaxy S20 and Note 20 units, but not all. With the release of the next Samsung smartphone collection in the year 2022, it’s tipped that we’re headed back to a world where it’s necessary to go all-out with the most powerful heat dissipation system available for smartphones.

Samsung split production in models between graphite thermal pads and vapor chamber cooling in the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20. Now it may be time to return to a more all-encompassing vapor chamber cooling deployment. Claims from insider sources speaking with DigiTimes this week suggest that the dip in use was thanks to “significant deceleration in 5G deployments in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.” Upstream supply chain sources speaking with DigiTimes suggested that suppliers are prepping for potential orders from Samsung in response to “speculation that Samsung may reactivate the development of smartphones with vapor chambers.”

This would be good – not only because it’d mean that the next Samsung smartphone will likely have this high-end heat dissipation system in play. It’d be an indication from a major hardware manufacturer that they’re confident that we’re getting back to a place where the pandemic’s effect on deployment of tech like 5G is, itself, dissipating.

The next Samsung Galaxy smartphone, likely the Samsung Galaxy S22, has the potential to be a monster, blasted out of the canon that is the reacceleration of efforts previously slowed by the pandemic. If Samsung sees a need for vapor chamber cooling in the Samsung Galaxy S22, that’ll be fair indication that we’re set to work with advanced technology that’d otherwise get too hot for the common user. We’re talking higher-powered processors, harder-working innards connecting with super fast 5G networks, high-definition displays with top-notch refresh rates, and so forth.

Like reveals and releases of Samsung Galaxy smartphones over the past decade or so, it’s likely we’ll see the Samsung Galaxy S22 revealed in the first couple of months of the year, in the year 2022. It’s possible we’ll see this next-generation smartphone in more than one iteration by the end of February, 2022 – and you can follow all the early reports, leaks, and insider tips here on SlashGear until then!

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Samsung Galaxy S22 leak tips iPhone 13-matching potential

The Samsung Galaxy S22 was leaked today in three sizes, each of them either relatively small or surprisingly large. The Samsung Galaxy S22 would appear to be spreading out their options, according to the data shared. The Samsung Galaxy S21 had display sizes of 6.2-inches, 6.7-inches, and 6.8-inches. That wasn’t all that far off from the Samsung Galaxy S20, which came with display options of 6.2, 6.7, and 6.9-inches.

The latest leak this week from MauriQHD suggests there’ll still be three display sizes for the Samsung Galaxy S22. The largest display size is tipped at 6.81-inches splitting the gap between the largest sizes of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21.

The medium Galaxy S22 (probably the Galaxy S22+) is rumored to roll with a 6.55-inch display. This is .15-inch smaller than the standard “plus” devices in the Galaxy S line over the past couple of years. This size also cuts (on the high side) between the small and medium Galaxy S display sizes of the last couple of generations.

The Samsung Galaxy S22, the smallest device in the Galaxy S22 lineup, was tipped this week to come with a 6.06-inch display. That’s approximately 0.14-inch smaller than the previous smallest Galaxy S device (main lineup) device released over the last couple of generations. It’s also quite possible we’ll see some advanced camera hiding tech with this generation of devices.

The leak linked above also notes that the Galaxy S22 Ultra (or whatever the largest device is called), will work with a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) display, likely something like what we saw rumored earlier this year as created by Samsung Display for the next major iPhone release. Can you imagine the newest Samsung Galaxy S and the newest iPhone released with the same sort of display tech the same year?



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