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The first batch to be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 898!Samsung Galaxy S22 Series National Bank Edition Obtained 3C Certification

According to the disclosed information, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will still be divided into three models, Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ (may be named Galaxy S22 Pro) and Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Today, the Galaxy S22 series has officially obtained the 3C certification, which will be Samsung’s flagship flagship of the year in 2022.

Previously exposed information shows that the Galaxy S22 series offers two choices of Exynos version and Snapdragon version. Its Chinese version is expected to be the Snapdragon version, equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 flagship processor, which is the first batch in the industry. One of the Snapdragon 898 models.

The first batch to be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 898!Samsung Galaxy S22 Series National Bank Edition Obtained 3C Certification

As for the Exynos version, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is equipped with the Exynos 2200 flagship processor, which integrates AMD GPU.

Among these three models, the most concerned is the heavyweight super cup-Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra uses a 6.8-inch screen, with a smaller R angle and equal widths with black edges, which really has the internal flavor of the Note series.

At the same time, the most iconic stylus design of the Note series has also been added to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The stylus will be built into the fuselage, which also saves the trouble of purchasing an additional protective case for the previous generation.

According to the previous pricing of the Galaxy S series, the top version is expected to be around 10,000 yuan.

The first batch to be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 898!Samsung Galaxy S22 Series National Bank Edition Obtained 3C Certification

Galaxy S22 Ultra aluminum plate model

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