OnLeaks and Digit have shared the first renders for one of Samsung’s upcoming premium smartphones, the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The photos suggest that the Galaxy S22 Ultra should be a fine replacement for last year’s Note 20, which is reportedly the last Note that Samsung ever plans on making. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will honor the legacy of that lineup with a similar design, large AMOLED panel, as well as support for an S Pen.
Sooo… Here comes your very first and early look at the #Samsung #GalaxyS22Ultra and its quite "unique" rear camera housing design! (360° video + stunning 5K renders + dimensions)— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) September 24, 2021
On behalf of @digitindia -> https://t.co/vBGM3WJfru pic.twitter.com/YDqfFrVGLW
From Digit’s exclusive report:
The Galaxy S22 Ultra features a 6.8-inch curved display that is likely to be a high resolution AMOLED panel with high refresh rate. The dimensions provided by OnLeaks suggests that the S22 Ultra measures roughly 163.2 x 77.9 x 8.9mm and has a thickness of 10.5mm if you include the camera bump. Talking about that P-shaped camera module, it is expected that Samsung will showcase significant gains in camera performance with a quad-camera setup and an array of sensors to go along. While we do not know the specifics, one of the camera sensors is looking to be a periscope telephoto lens.
Samsung will presumably unveil its Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone in January. Its predecessor, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, debuted at a starting price of $1,199.99 for the 128 GB model.