There are still several months until the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S22 UltraBut rumors about the most prominent variant of the South Korean company’s flagship phone are beginning to surface.
The well-known leaker OnLeaks has revealed in Digit the supposed design of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. The renders show a terminal with flat edges and surprisingly a S Pen slot.
Apparently, Samsung would be transferring some of the characteristics of the defunct Note range to the Galaxy S 21 Ultra, such as the S Pen, which would now be included and could be hidden directly in the terminal.
But the images reveal much more. The smartphone would have a screen of 6.8 inch, with an AMOLED panel and “high refresh rate”, possibly dynamic 120 Hz, as the current model already has.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the camera
One of the most significant changes that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra would receive has to do with the photographic section. Instead of having a uniform module with all the sensors, Samsung would have opted for a “P” shaped one.
This would house the quad rear camera (ultra wide angle, wide angle, telephoto and telephoto periscope). Digit mentions that, hand in hand with these characteristics, a significant leap in photographic performance would be offered.
It is worth noting that, precisely, one of the strengths of the Samsung Galaxy S21 is the camera. This has four cameras with a 108 MP main sensor capable of recording 8K video and much more.
In terms of dimensions, the Galaxy S22 Ultra would stay at 163.2 x 77.9 x 8.9mm. The thickness, including the camera module, would be 10.5mm. Of course, the details of the weight have not been released, but that of the Galaxy S21 Ultra was 228 grams.
With everything seen, apparently Samsung would seek to shorten the gap between the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Galaxy Note series. However, the latter could return in the future.
At the moment it is all that is known about the device. Possibly, as the months go by, the rumors will increase. Of course, it is worth noting that the phone will only arrive next year.