Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra shown in more leaked renders, here it is in four colors
Samsung is getting ready to unveil its next-generation flagship smartphone family, the S22, and the S22 Ultra will be the top dog in this line. It will be the first S/Note hybrid, with its support for a built-in stylus, and its boxy style that's very similar to the Galaxy Note20 Ultra from 2020, the last Note ever made.
Today a prolific tipster has leaked a new set of official-looking (if low-resolution) renders of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which show it in four different colors. It's nice to see Samsung's S Ultra flagship finally have some actual colors in its lineup - that aren't white, various shades of gray, or black.
Maybe the design team that was previously in charge of the Galaxy Note line took over here? We ask because the S22 Ultra has a shape more reminiscent of a Note20 Ultra than an S22+, which is a bit weird considering the S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra are all supposed to be closely related.
Anyway, speculation aside, the stylus is rumored to have 2.8ms latency, which is by far the lowest Samsung's ever produced so far. The S22 Ultra is said to have a 108 MP Super Clear Lens main camera, a 12 MP ultrawide, and two 10 MP telephoto sensors (for 3x and 10x zoom, respectively). The camera system will support 12-bit HDR video recording and auto frame rate.
On the front you'll find a 6.8-inch 1440x3088 AMOLED screen with 120 Hz refresh rate and a centered hole-punch cutout for the 40 MP selfie camera. The screen uses LTPO tech to dynamically adjust its refresh rate from 1 Hz to 120 Hz. It will be protected by the still unannounced Gorilla Glass Victus+.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra will allegedly weigh 228g and measure 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9 mm. It will be IP68 rated for dust and water resistance, it will support 45W fast charging (but don't expect any charger in the box), and 15W wireless charging for its 5,000 mAh battery. The dual speakers will be tuned by AKG and will support Dolby Atmos. The phone will run Android 12 with Samsung's One UI 4.1 on top.
- Bob Ross
- 26 Jan 2022
It might help if Sony sold phones in even half as many countries as Samsung does. Or did you not factor that into your nonsensical reply? Imagine being upset that the competition offers features you used to get from Samsung and Apple.
- 25 Jan 2022
No one cares
- 23 Jan 2022
R.I.P Galaxy phones. With the removal of SD card slot and MST I'm done downgrading to newer generations. Samsung didn't listen, so do I.