In the first quarter of 2022, Samsung will unveil its new Galaxy S series smartphones. Many Galaxy fans are already eagerly awaiting the new model range, which will most likely consist of three models: the Galaxy S22 , Galaxy S22 Plus and the Galaxy S22 Ultra . In particular, the top model will be revised in such a way that it will have a lot of similarities with the Galaxy Note line-up.
Instead of round shapes, the Galaxy S22 Ultra gets a rectangular design to provide space for an S Pen compartment. The camera on the back will also be revised, although the exact design is still unknown.
There are two thoughts going around: Samsung opts for a P-shaped or an 11-shaped camera island. The Dutch graphic designer Jermaine Smit, aka Concept Creator , has made a series of renders for LetsGoDigital of both options, in which the differences between the two models are excellently visualized.
Jermaine Smit, aka Concept Creator, a Dutch graphic designer, has created a set of renderings of both options for LetsGoDigital, in which the differences between the two models are excellently represented. To begin, let’s look at what we already know. A 6.8-inch AMOLED display with beautifully rounded screen borders comes standard on the Samsung S22 Ultra. The phone will have thin bezels and a punch-hole selfie camera, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. The 40-megapixel resolution will very likely stay retained. For the first time in the S-series, the new top model will have an S Pen compartment.
Samsung can keep its Note owners pleased by including a stylus slot in the next flagship. Finally, unlike previous years, no Galaxy Note 21 has been released this year. As a result, it seems that Samsung has finally decided to merge the Galaxy S and Note model lines. By merging the high-end series and introducing them at the outset of the year, there will be enough room in the second part of the year for folding models. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 were both revealed in August of this year at the Galaxy Unpacked event, which is where the Note should be.
Samsung appears to be continuing with the S-series designations, which suggests there will be a base model, a plus model, and an ultra model. However, there are rumours that Samsung may rebrand the S22 Ultra to the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra. The S22 Plus may then be named S22 Pro. However, there appears to be a slim chance that this will be the case.
The camera arrangement has now been decided. A 12MP ultra-wide camera and two 12MP telephoto cameras with 3x and 10x optical zoom are included in addition to the 108-megapixel primary camera. For the first time, OIS is available on an ultra-wide-angle camera. To prevent motion, all four cameras will feature an optical picture stabilisation system.
For the first time, OIS is available on an ultra-wide-angle camera. To prevent motion blur, all four cameras will feature optical image stabilisation technology. In addition, the two zoom cameras’ resolution will be increased from 10MP to 12MP. The laser autofocus sensor, as well as an LED flash, will be back. The location of the camera lenses is also no longer a secret. On the left, three cameras are integrated, while on the right, the laser autofocus, flash, and 3x zoom lens are integrated. However, there are instances concerning the specific structure.