Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is revealed in further renders that have been leaked . Samsung is gearing up to reveal its next flagship smartphone line which will be called the S22 along with its S22 Ultra is expected to be its best in this range. It’s its first S/Note hybrid, featuring ability to integrate a stylus, as well as its sleek design, which is quite similar with the Galaxy Note20 Ultra from 2020 which was the last Note ever created.
Today , a popular tipper has leaked a brand new collection of official (if low-resolution) renderings of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra, which depict it in four distinct shades. It’s great to see that Samsung’s S Ultra flagship finally have real colors in the lineup – not white, a variety of shades of black, or gray.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is revealed in further renders that have been leaked
Perhaps the design team that was previously responsible for Galaxy Note Galaxy Note line took over the S22 Ultra line? We’re asking since the S22 Ultra features a design which is more reminiscent of an S22+ than a Note20 Ultra than an S22+ and that’s strange considering that S22, the S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra are all believed to be in close relationship. But, whatever the case the stylus is believed to feature 2.8ms latency that is the lowest Samsung’s produced in the past. S22 Ultra S22 Ultra is said to come with a 108-megapixel Super Clear Lens main camera and a 12 MP ultrawide camera, as well as two 10-megapixel Telephoto sensor (for the 3x or 10x zoom and 10x zoom, respectively).
The camera system supports 12 bit HDR video recording as well as an auto frame rate. On the front , you’ll find the 6.8-inch 1440×3088 AMOLED panel that has a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a hole-punch cutout that is centered to accommodate the 40MP selfie camera. The screen utilizes LTPO technology that allows it to dynamically alter its refresh rate from 1 120 Hz to 1. It is secured by the unannounced Gorilla Glass Victus+.
It is believed that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will allegedly weigh 228g and measure 163.3 inches by 77.9 and 8.9 millimeters. It is IP68 certified for water and dust resistance. It will also support quick charging at 45W (but don’t expect a charger to come in the box) as well as it will support wireless charging of 15W for the 5,000mAh battery. The two speaker will have a tune with AKG and will be able to play Dolby Atmos. The phone will be running Android 12 and Samsung’s OneUI 4.1 on the top.