The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra features a 108-megapixel camera with a Super Clear Lens.

 This week, Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy S21 FE. Meanwhile, Galaxy aficionados are anticipating the launch of Samsung’s new Galaxy S22 series next month. In recent years, a lot has been learned about the three predicted models. The Galaxy S22 Ultra will be the next top model; the design has already been leaked, and now an infographic has emerged online, indicating that many of the specifications have been finalised.

upgraded 108MP camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra

Zaryab Khan, a well-known YouTuber who goes by the moniker XeeTechCare and does intriguing tech films, released the specs sheet over Twitter. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will have a 6.8″ QHD+ display (30801440 pixels), as evidenced by the product specification list. It features a 2x Dynamic AMOLED display. The gadget is 228 grammes in weight.

The upgraded 108MP camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra

With an f/2.2 lens, a 40MP selfie camera is included. A triple camera can be seen on the back, with the main camera being upgraded to 108 megapixels. This is the first time a ‘Super Clear Lens’ with an f/1.8 aperture and OIS has been added to a camera. A 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera with Dual Pixel AF (f/2.2) is also included. Finally, there are two 10MP telephoto cameras with optical zoom of 3x and 10x integrated into.

upgraded 108MP camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Super Clear Lens appears to be a focus for Samsung. Reflections and glare should be reduced as a result of this. Previously, it was apparent that the upgraded 108MP camera will provide much higher image quality and a high degree of detail.

upgraded 108MP camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra

The smartphone also looks to be powered by the 4nm Exynos 2200 SoC, according to the spec list. This chipset hasn’t been officially released yet. It’s Samsung’s first chipset to have an AMD graphics processor. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will be utilised in various countries of the world, including the United States because it is a high-performance SoC. It’s unclear whether Exynos’s equivalent will be just as strong.

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source: Letsgodigital

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