Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra leak just revealed a stunning Galaxy Note sequel

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra continues to leak, and the latest renderings seem to confirm what we’ve been hearing for months: that the Galaxy Note line will live under a different name. And this phone is even more beautiful than the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Posted by Evan Blass @evleaks on Twitter, the image of the Galaxy S22 Ultra looks like an official press render of the phone, showing the rear, side and front screen as well as an S Pen, which is expected to have a case inside the handset. Add some square edges and it definitely looks like a Note successor as Samsung tries to top our best phone list.

The back of this Galaxy S22 Ultra image shows what should be a new camera array that minimizes the bump, and you can see the lenses barely sticking out of the body in the side angle. In terms of specs, we’ve heard that the S22 Ultra will feature a 108 MP main sensor with a new detail enhancement mode for taking sharper photos.

Samsung is currently behind the iPhone 13 and Google Pixel 6 on our best list of camera phones for image quality, so we’re very curious to see how the Galaxy S22 Ultra is improving in terms of image quality. computer photography.

(Image credit: LetsGoDigital)

The other S22 Ultra cameras would be a 12 MP ultra-wide lens and again two 10 MP telephoto lenses capable of 3x and 10x zoom. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Pro series is expected to miss a periscope telephoto zoom, as it isn’t expected to appear until the iPhone 15 in 2023.

Up front, you can see the 6.8-inch 120Hz wide screen with a small punch hole, and there should be a 40MP selfie shooter. Other advanced specs include a faster Snapdragon 8 Gen-1 chip, powerful 5,000mAh battery, and faster 45W charging.

Overall, the Galaxy S22 Ultra looks like the ultimate Galaxy Note, and it should appeal to power users who want the best specs and S Pen support. Samsung is set to launch all three Galaxy S22 phones in February, so be sure to bookmark our Samsung Galaxy S22 hub for all the latest rumors and leaks.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

How to start your car

Trending this Week