Samsung will formally unveil the new Series range in three months. The second part of Galaxy Unpacked will debut next week. Many Galaxy eagerly, on the other hand, are looking forward to the start of 2022, when the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is due. There are three variants now: a base model, a Galaxy S22 Plus, and a new flagship in the shape of the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Last week, LetsGoDigital released a series of renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, one of which shows a camera island split in two. The renderings were created using information obtained from the well-known Ice Universe leaker. However, there have been conflicting reports as to what Samsung’s next flagship’s camera will look like. According to OnLeaks, the S22 Ultra will have a P-shaped camera system. This S22 Ultra model has also been rendered, allowing the differences between the two models to be readily seen.
Meanwhile, LetsGoDigital is in touch with Super Roader, a well-known South Korean source who creates informative YouTube videos about Samsung goods under the name of Super Roader. Super Roader is a former employee of Samsung Electronics South Korea’s wireless division. Roader claims that the camera system will be completely different from what we now think. New renderings were created this weekend by the excellent graphic designer Parvez Khan, alias Technizo Concept, based on the information we received and which we are unable to process on LetsGoDigital.
Technizo Concept also developed the YouTube video below in record time. Samsung is rumoured to be going for a waterdrop design this time, with no camera area. As a result, there will be no P-shaped or 11-shaped camera islands in this case. The South Korean company appears to want to equip the new flagship model with a camera design that is comparable to that of the SMAs. cheaper. the Samsung Galaxy A32.
The S Pen compartment, as well as the stylus itself, increase to the overall weight. The South Korean manufacturer intends to compensate for this by including a light-weight camera system. In the YouTube video below, Super Roader went into detail regarding the S22 Ultra, including the planned camera design. With subtitles, the South Korean video may be watched. Even though the subtitles aren’t perfect, the message is conveyed. Samsung appears to be focusing on the “Burgundy Red” variant, which has a luxury look. The Samsung S22 Ultra will also be available in black and white.
It is now clear that the new Ultra model will be different from the other models in the series in terms of design. In the sense that the phone’s angles become more straight. As a result, the S22 Ultra will resemble the Galaxy Note more than the S21 Ultra. A 6.8-inch curved screen will be included on the new model. The screen’s edges are very thin, allowing the user to take advantage of a large screen-to-body ratio. In the centre of the upper section is a 40 MP selfie camera with a punch-hole. A 108MP wide-angle camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and two 12MP telephoto lenses with 3x and 10x optical zoom will make up the back camera system.
To counter motion blur, the four cameras will be outfitted with an optical image stabilisation system and # 40, OIS, and # 41. A laser autofocus lens will also be included, which will be positioned above the flash. The smartphone will be powered by the latest Android 12 operating system and One UI 4. Although Samsung has already published a beta version of this user interface, it appears to still have numerous problems. To be able to offer a good software experience, you must work hard behind the scenes.
The Samsung Exynos 2200 with AMD RDNA 2 GPU will power the upcoming S series smartphones in Europe. Ice Universe revealed further information on this not-yet-officially-announced SoC through Twitter last month. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 895 will most likely be used outside of Europe. The new Ultra model is likely to include a 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast charging support. A charger, on the other hand, is not included as standard. With the S21 series, Samsung has already started this trend.