Renders of Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra have already appeared, but now a dummy has been added. The dummy and the renders match, so there is a good chance that the leaked information about Samsung’s new flagship is correct.
Farewell to Note
The leak comes from CoverPigtou. This shows how much the phone resembles Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. It has been thought for some time that Samsung wants to say goodbye to the Note series, but this upcoming smartphone seems to confirm that. We see no round S-series corners with Galaxy S22 Ultra, but we do see the addition of an S Pen, the stylus from Samsung.
It seems that ‘Note’ is disappearing and being integrated into the S series, but that is not true for all smartphones in the series. For example, the normal S22 and S22 still have the round shapes. However, Samsung will probably opt for a stylus with its S series in the future and phase out the Note. After all, it also has foldable smartphone lines to develop further.
Furthermore, we can’t tell much more from the dummy than was already possible from the renders. The unusually shaped camera island therefore seems to be really coming. The camera would remain the same: again Samsung probably opts for a 108 megapixel copy. It is also whispered that this device can quickly charge with 45 Watts and that the battery is 5000 mAh. That is an advantage, because it is larger than that of its predecessor.
Before we officially know what’s going on with the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra, we still need a lot of patience. Traditionally, Samsung announces its smartphones only at the beginning of the new year.
Delay Samsung Galaxy S22 Series
At least if the chip shortage doesn’t throw a spanner in the works. According to SamMobile, that is indeed the case and we have to wait even longer: maybe 2 months. In the meantime, it could be that Samsung chooses to announce another new gadget, namely the Galaxy S21 FE. FE stands for Fan Edition, which may be a bit silly in this context: the fans would of course prefer the latest top model from the Korean smartphone maker. We’ll wait a few more months, maybe a few extra months if necessary.
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