Speaker 1: Samsung's galaxy S 21 is a superb all round flagship, but the galaxy S 22 is already peaking over the horizon here then are five things we want to see from Samsung's next flagship. So we're not expecting to see the S 22 until least January of next year, but I am very impatient. And while I do love the S 21 ultra, I do already have my wishlist of things I want to see [00:00:30] changed. So let's dive right in
Speaker 1: The galaxy S 21 ultra packs, an incredible camera with zoom skills. That few phones can come quite to, but it wasn't a big upgrade over the galaxy S 20 ultra both had a hundred times zooms, both did eight K video, both had 108 megapixel resolution, main sensors. It's time, then throw much bigger overhaul of this camera system. And already we are seeing rumors of 200 megapixel image, sensors, [00:01:00] and much better zooms systems. That would be lovely, but more mega pixels does not mean better looking photos. So I would also like to see a much bigger image sensor, maybe something one inch in size. It's no secret that a bigger image sensor in a camera allows for better dynamic range. And if Samson plays its card right with the S 22 ultra, it could be either default phone for pro photographers, the world over
Speaker 1: Something used to allow [00:01:30] you to expand the base storage of its phones using microSD cards, but it got rid of that option with the S 21 line. So that means that you are stuck with whatever storage option you paid for. And that might not be an issue on some of the lower models in the range, particularly if you're a light user, but it certainly can be limiting, particularly if you plump for the S 21 ultra those huge image sizes. And of course, all the eight K video means that you can absolutely blitz through that built-in storage [00:02:00] incredibly quickly, even more. So if we do indeed see two, 200 megapixel photos, I can't even begin to imagine how big those will be. Even if you're not that into photography, there are still plenty of glossy games on the Google play store, but are multiple gigabytes in size downloading. A few of those will mean having to make room by deleting other apps by simply popping in a micro SD card. You can band the storage, making loads more room for all of those apps, those games, those videos, and photos up to a terabyte [00:02:30] or more in size. But of course, then Samsung could not charge you extra for more built in storage. So we really don't expect to see this happening.
Speaker 1: The S 21 series already office super performance all round, but a partnership between Samsung and graphics, chip maker, AMD has us hoping for some increase in the gaming pro S. Now this partnership actually happened back in 2019, but so far we haven't seen any AMD [00:03:00] branded phones from Samsung. So we are kind of hoping that the S 22 may be the first one to have that name attached. We'd love to see dedicated AMD graphics chips in the next line of phones. Something that really pushes the boundaries of what we can expect from mobile gaming. Sure. We do have some games already that kind of come close to what we'd expect from maybe older generation consoles, but if Samsung and AMD really pushed the boats out, we could see some huge leaps forward in the sorts of games that we can see being played on phones.
Speaker 1: [00:03:30] Today's top end phones with the best specs around are, let's be honest, met the S 21 ultra for example, measures a whopping 6.8 inches while even iPhones 12 Promax comes in at 6.68. That means that if you want the best phone with the best performance, you've got to be prepared to stretch out those genes pockets to accommodate an absolutely enormous S SL of a phone own. [00:04:00] And I guess maybe start doing some thumb exercises to get them to stretch all the way across the screen. So we'd love to see smaller versions, maybe six inches, or even less, that don't force you to compromise on that performance. There are some rumors that suggest the base models in the S 22 line might be a little bit smaller in size, but it's unlikely that we're gonna see any real size reduction in the S 22 ultra. So yet again, it seems like we're gonna be in a situation where buying a smaller phone means missing [00:04:30] out on some of those top end features. So, excuse me, while I go. And so expansion panels into my pockets.
Speaker 1: Sure. We want the best tech around, and we want it wrapped up in a slick looking design, but we also want it to be affordable. That's of course, a difficult combination to achieve, but Samsung did manage to make its S 21 series cheaper than the S 20 series. And it needed to because the S 20 line [00:05:00] didn't sell all that well in part due to some of the financial uncertainty caused by COVID, it made the S 21 line a little bit more affordable with a range of tactics, including swapping out the glass backs for strengthened plastics on some models. And you know what we liked it because it knocked a decent amount of money off the asking price. So we're hoping to see similar decisions being made with the S 22 line that allow for great performance, but at a price that's actually approachable. So what I'm asking for then [00:05:30] is a supercharged AMD equipped phone with the world's best camera that will sit comfortably in the Palm of your hand. That's also affordable. And also lets you expand the storage on the cheap. I don't think that's too much to ask, but what do you think of this wishlist? Is it even slightly reasonable? Do you have anything else you want to add? Make sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments below and make sure to keep it C next for a lot more.