Although there is some time for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series to launch officially in the market, the early renders are now leaked online. On behalf of Digit, the popular leakster @OnLeaks has recently released the first 3D render images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra model that basically describing some of its key specifications, overall design form factor, etc.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S22 and the Samsung Galaxy S22+ are expected to come with a 50MP triple rear-camera setup. Whereas the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra could come with a 108MP quad-camera setup most probably. Although some rumors are coming out for a while that the Galaxy S22 Ultra may have a 200MP primary rear camera, there is no valid source or statement available yet. We’ll have to wait for it.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S22 lineup models are rumored to have the Samsung’s Exynos 2200 SoC (Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 in some markets). It’ll run on Android 12 on top of One UI 4 out-of-the-box for sure. Whereas Bluetooth S-Pen, stereo speakers, IP68 water & dust resistant rating, an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 could sport a 3,700mAh battery and 25W fast charging support. While the Galaxy S22+ could have a 4,500mAh battery and the Galaxy S22 Ultra could come with a 5,000mAh battery. Both the Plus and Ultra models will have 45W fast charging support. As of now, there is no information available on the fast wireless charging or reverse charging technology whatsoever.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Design Overview
So, the first thing you’ll notice is the huge chunk of rear camera module design, and the camera bump is quite unique than what we’ve seen so far on any smartphone. It basically highlights the square-shaped telephoto sensor on the back. Although some people may not like it as of now, once the device gets released, we’ll see that more & more people will start loving it just like what happened with the Galaxy S21 series.
Additionally, the Ultra model will have a dedicated Bluetooth S-Pen slot that will make your tasks easier on a bigger 6.8-inches curved display that has an Infinity-O front camera cutout like its predecessor. While the side edges and overall form factor reminds the old generation of Galaxy Note series devices approximately.
Stay tuned for further info.