We previously saw renders of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, but now real photos of the device have surfaced. They confirm what we already thought we knew about the new smartphone, such as the changed camera island.
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‘Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra can be seen in photos’
The well-known tasty Jon Prosser has on his website Front Page Tech photos of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra shared. These are the first ‘real’ images of the new smartphone. Renders have already appeared before.
If the photos are authentic, and we assume that, those renders turn out to be correct. The S22 Ultra is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The device will have rounded screen edges and a cutout to store the S Pen. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra already supported the stylus, but has no space to store it. The same goes for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.
Furthermore, the camera island is particularly striking. Or rather, the lack of it. The five lenses are ‘loose’ on the back. With this, Samsung would like to limit the weight of the smartphone. The disadvantage is that you damage the cameras more easily. So you are almost obliged to use a case.
Samsung doesn’t seem to change much about the cameras themselves. Prosser writes that we can expect a normal 108 megapixel camera, 12 megapixel ultra-wide angle lens and two 10 megapixel telephoto lenses. You can zoom in 3 and 10 times respectively. That’s the same collection of cameras as the S21 Ultra. It may be an improved version.
More about the Samsung Galaxy S22 series
According to Prosser, Samsung will present the Galaxy S22 series in February 2022. The Ultra would be available in dark red, white and black. In addition, we also expect a regular Samsung Galaxy S22 and the Galaxy S22 Plus. You will probably be able to buy the last two models in gold, green, white and black.
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