Samsung is expected to unveil the next generation of its flagship Galaxy S22 series phones in January 2022. The design and appearance details of these phones have been published on virtual networks. This time around, evidence suggests that the company is unveiling three models, the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra. It will be marketed because, like the Note series, it uses the dedicated S-Pen stylus. But the latest news shows that this is not going to happen.
According to UniverseIce, Samsung's high-end Galaxy S series phone, officially named the Galaxy S22 Ultra, will be unveiled in the global mobile market and will be called the Galaxy Note 22. There will be no news. The phone uses the features of the Galaxy Note series, but Samsung will replace the Galaxy S22 Ultra with the name of the Note series. The phone seems to be very satisfying for Galaxy Note fans, which was discarded earlier this year.
Recent renderings of the Galaxy S22 Ultra show that it comes with a body similar to the Galaxy Note 20 will be. The phone appears to feature a 6.8-inch LTPO Super AMOLED display with QHD + resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.