The Samsung Galaxy S22 is seen in the first spy images with a view to a launch in February

If you were curious to see what Samsung is preparing us for the next generation of its Galaxy range after the folding news you will like these photographs that they have achieved en Frontpage Tech. What you see is apparently el Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, the flagship of the range Galaxy S22 which should be official in early 2022.

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Few changes at the moment except for the arrival of the S Pen

samsung galaxy s22 ultra

The screen of the supposed Galaxy S22 ultra is still curved around the side edges, and the cameras represent a modest improvement over what we have in the Galaxy S21 Ultra. According to the source we would have a 108MP main lens, two telephoto lenses of 3x and 10x with 10MP and a wide angle of 12MP.

We do not know much more about the rest of the specifications, although we should expect a new more powerful chip than the Exynos 2100 of the S21 Ultra. Autonomy, storage or RAM are still a mystery.

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The back appears to be in matte black, although it must be considered that this may be a prototype and not the final design. Several colors would go on sale, as has happened in other years, and this dark (or not) could be one of them.

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samsung galaxy s22 ultra pen

Another change is that this time the Galaxy S22 ultra would have full support for the S Pen as in the Note, with a hole integrated into the device itself to be able to store it comfortably. Of course, the consequence is that the mobile is visibly thicker:

samsung galaxy s22 ultra s pen

The source even ventures to bet on a launch of this terminal during the second week of 2022. And at the end of that month the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​so maybe we can see it live for those dates.

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