The latest about the next-gen Galaxy S22 Ultra which will reportedly take over from the Galaxy Note series is interesting.
The device will sport some interesting design changes as well as integral support for the S-Pen thanks to a port located at the bottom part of the device.
While more rumors continue to circulate across the internet about what the device will look like, the recent is a hands-on dummy unit published by popular Twitter tipster @Hypark22 who shared the matte black variant of the device.
Even though it’s a dummy unit, the device looks pleasing when held and the camera module is quite interesting. It took its design inspiration from the Galaxy S22 Ultra as well as the LG Velvet.
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Speaking of the relationship between the Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Galaxy Note series, the design will reportedly come with a boxy shape with slightly-sharp corners and a big display with curved edges.
Samsung will also reportedly make use of the Infinity-O display that supports a high refresh rate and of course, the S-Pen. Below are the pictures shared.
Rumored Galaxy S22 Ultra specs
While nothing is official or certain just yet, we can base the Galaxy S22 Ultra based on the previous Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and the current Galaxy S21 Ultra and that includes a big 6.8-inch AMOLED display with at least 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+, and other interesting display specifications.
The report says the device could come in several color options such as Black, Burgundy, Dark Green, and White.
Other things expected on the Galaxy S22 Ultra include support for stereo speakers, IP68 water and dust resistance, and market-specific Exynos 2200 or Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processors.
In the camera department, Samsung will likely continue the usage of its high-end 108MP primary sensor as well as other secondary sensors like a 12MP Ultrawide sensor, and dual 10MP telephoto lenses capable of 3x and 10x optical zoom while the front-facing camera could be a bigger 40MP sensor.
As for the power, it would be nice to see a big 5,000mAh battery on the Galaxy S22 Ultra as well as a blazing-fast wired charging that could reach 45W.