Galaxy S22 Ultra reveals actual photos

The alleged series of images of the Galaxy S22 Ultra have a design similar to the leaked information, in which the camera is separate and has an additional S Pen stylus.

Image of the back of the Galaxy S22 Ultra.  Photo: Front Page Tech

The image is said to be the back of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Photo: Front Page Tech

Front Page Tech, a technology site that has repeatedly posted accurate information about unreleased electronic devices, has shared some photos that are believed to be S22 Ultra. The image shows a Galaxy Note-style product after Samsung merged these two high-end smartphone lines together. The camera is arranged in a P-shape, with a separate layout like on LG Velvet instead of being placed in a large cluster like today. The product also has an S Pen tray like the Note series.

According to Ice Universal, the main camera on the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a resolution of 108 megapixels. The remaining three cameras include an ultra-wide lens, a 3x zoom telephoto lens and a 10x zoom periscope camera, all with a resolution of 12 megapixels. All four will be equipped with optical image stabilization instead of only the main and telephoto cameras like on the S21 Ultra.

The product integrates a 6.8-inch AMOLED screen with 2K resolution and LTPO energy-saving technology. The brightness of the screen can reach a record 1,800 nits, higher than 1,500 nits on the Galaxy S21 Ultra and 1,200 nits on the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The product also has a 5,000 mAh battery and 45W fast charging, faster than the 25W of the S21 Ultra.

Samsung is expected to equip the Exynos 2200 chip for the S22 series sold in Korea, while the international version uses the Snapdragon 898. The fact that Samsung still uses Qualcomm’s chips is because the production capacity of Exynos processor chips is not enough to meet demand. for the whole world. The Galaxy S22 smartphone series is forecasted to launch later in February instead of January as every year.

Huy Duc (Photo: Front Page Tech)

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