The Galaxy S22 Ultra will be Samsung's next flagship. Although CAD renderings have already shown us the details of the design of this phone, but today new renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra have been published on the LetsGoDigital website, which provide us with more detailed information about this phone, especially its camera part. Following the release of the first possible images of this phone, there was evidence that Samsung might use the same vertical design as the Galaxy Note 10 in the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
We've seen the initial renderings of the OnLeaks site. According to an informed source, the P-shaped design of the camera is taken from the outline of the original replicas of the phone used by the frame makers. The telephoto lens sensors of this phone seem to be better than before, but the other lenses of this phone, the 108-megapixel main camera lens and the 12-megapixel ultraviolet camera lens, will be the same as before.
Both telephoto sensors with 3x zoom and telescope with 10x zoom may differ in resolution by 10 to 12 megapixels. To be. According to the LetsGoDigital website, it looks like all four Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra cameras will feature OIS. However, in the Galaxy S21 Ultra, only the ultra-wide lens was not equipped with this technology.
According to previous renderings released from Samsung's Galaxy S22 Ultra, this device has four sharp corners like the Note 20 Ultra will be. The design of the chassis of this phone is similar to the Galaxy Note series. The display of this phone is 6.8 inches and it will have a Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel with QHD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Depending on the target market, the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 898 or Exynos 2200 chip.
According to Samsung, the Exynos 2200 chip will use an AMD RDNA 2 GPU. Apparently, Samsung does not intend to use the 200-megapixel sensor. So the Koreans are looking to use a more advanced 108-megapixel sensor. The battery of this device also has a capacity of 5000 mAh. A 45 or 65 watt charger is also considered.
Samsung to use the same design as the Galaxy S21 Ultra in the design of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The phone has larger edges than its predecessor, and its cylindrical shape maximizes the interior of the phone, so that the dedicated S Pen stylus will be embedded inside the phone. Renderings show the white, red, and black colors of this phone, which is similar to the Galaxy S8 and S9. Analysts generally believe that the Galaxy S series Ultra will replace the Galaxy Note series. . But these are just speculations, and we may see the unveiling of the Korean tech giant's new flagship in late February next year.