Samsung is making preparations to launch the next generation flagship phone in its lineup that includes the Galaxy S22 as well as its Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to be the top model in the family of smartphones. It’s its first S/Note hybrid smartphone, featuring ability to integrate a stylus and its sleek design that’s quite similar in design to Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in 2020, the most recent Note ever created.
Today, a popular tipster has leaked a brand new collection of official-looking (if low-resolution) renderings of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra, which depict it in four distinct shades. It’s refreshing to see that Samsung’s S Ultra flagship finally have real colors in the lineup that aren’t white, different shades of gray, or black.
Perhaps the design team which was previously responsible for Samsung’s Galaxy Note line took over this time? We’re asking since the S22 Ultra features a design which is more reminiscent of the Note20 Ultra than an S22+ and that’s odd considering that S22, the S22, S22+ along with the S22 Ultra are said to be in close proximity.
However, aside from speculation the stylus is said to come with 2.8ms latency this is the lowest Samsung’s produced in the past. Its S22 Ultra is said to include a 108 megapixel Super Clear Lens camera that is the main camera, a 12MP ultrawide along with two 10MP Telephoto sensor (for the 3x or 10x zoom as well). The camera system is expected to allow the 12-bit HDR video recording as well as an auto frame rate.
The front of the device has an 6.8-inch 1440×3088 AMOLED display with 120 Hz refresh rate , and an centered hole-punch cutout that will accommodate the selfie camera with 40 MP. The screen employs LTPO technology that allows it to dynamically alter its refresh rate from 1 one-hundredth of a second and up to 120Hz. It is secured by the unconfirmed Gorilla Glass Victus+.
Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra will allegedly weigh 228g and measure 163.3 x 77.9 and 8.9 millimeters. It’ll be IP68 certified for water and dust resistance. It also supports 45W quick charge (but don’t anticipate a charger to come in the box) and wireless charging up to 15W for its 5,000mAh battery. Dual speaker will have a tune with AKG and will be able to support Dolby Atmos. The phone will be running Android 12 and Samsung’s OneUI 4.1 on the top.