The Samung Galaxy S22 series of smartphones is slated to be released early next year by Samsung. Real-life hands-on photographs of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra have appeared online ahead of the official announcement.
The photographs include details on the smartphone’s appearance as well as some of its specifications and functions. The photographs were shared on Twitter by tipper Jon Prosser. The Galaxy S22 Ultra appears to have a design that is comparable to Samsung’s Note series of smartphones, according to the renders. The device could have a tall display with curved corners and a single blow cutout for the front camera. It could also have modest curves around the display’s borders.
A quadruple rear camera configuration appears to be present on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, with a 108MP primary sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 10MP 3X telephoto shooter, and a 10MP 10X telephoto lens. A Samsung logo can be seen on the rear of the phone in the photographs.
Like its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will support the S-Pen. The photos suggest that the forthcoming smartphone will have a slot for the S-Pen, which will most likely be located on the bottom (left) edge. At the bottom of the gadget, we will most likely see the speaker, a USB Type-C charging connector, and antenna linings. While the precise debut date of the Samsung S22 series has yet to be announced, a report from Sam Mobile suggests that the S22 series will be released in February 2022. The story also backs up tipster Jon Prosser’s prediction that the Galaxy S22 will launch in the second week of February.