The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is one of the most anticipated phone lineups of 2022. And so far, we’ve seen a number of leaks and rumors pertaining to the upcoming S22 phones. Joining the rumor mill is the latest leaked image of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and we can’t help but think about the Galaxy Note 20. Here’s your first look!
Galaxy S22 Ultra leaked again
Popular insider Evan Blass has shared what looks like an official render of the Galaxy S22 Ultra (via Twitter) today. And from the looks of it, the phone looks like a successor to the Galaxy Note 20 with some genes from the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The phone looks with flat edges, a large screen and the S Pen slot, of course. The Galaxy S21 Ultra element is the rear camera matrix, but with a change. This time around, we can expect the camera housings to be attached separately rather than placed in a huge camera module. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is also expected to have the same bronze color (or enhanced rose gold) as that of the predecessor series.
More colors are also coming. Real-life footage of the phone was recently leaked, shedding light on a black color scheme and the same design that was revealed in the render shared by Blass.
Specs-wise, the phone will run on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. A variant of the Exynos 2200 chipset (to be released on January 11) is also expected to be available in some regions of the world. It is likely to include a AMOLED LTPO display with a 120Hz refresh rate, up to 12GB of RAM, and possibly 1TB of storage. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to include a 200MP main camera with a host of camera enhancements. A large battery with fast charging and wireless capabilities will also be included.
Apart from this, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 +, with some changes from last year’s models. Galaxy S22 series is expected launch early 2022, most likely in January or early February 2022 (rumored February 8 is the date).
Since Samsung hasn’t revealed any details yet, it’s best to wait for them to have a more conclusive idea. We’ll provide you with all the updates in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for more information.
Featured Image: Evan Blass / Twitter