By | January 7, 2022

Lineup of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Their sole line of traditional flagship phones for 2022 is set to appear in early February. However, leaks about the series have been circulating for about a year. And, as we get closer to the launch date, the leaks are becoming more frequent. The most recent rumour adds more camera and display information to the mix.

Galaxy S22 Ultra (Samsung) This year’s S22 Note (reportedly titled S22 Note) is the most expensive of the lot. Several reliable sources have already released press pictures showing a cylindrical design borrowed from the now (probably) deceased Galaxy Note series. The design is nearly identical to that of the Note 20 Ultra,

with the exception of the removal of the camera hump in favour of a clean, minimalist lens cluster.

The Galaxy S22 and S22 Ultra specifications have been revealed by XeeTechCare in the form of an infographic. In addition, we’re offered previews that perfectly match past leaks.

Although the sensor in the primary S22 Ultra camera remains 108MP, Samsung uses a new lens that reduces glare, ghosting, and distortion. It’s known as the ‘Super Clear’ lens. Consider the Zeiss T* Coating that Vivo employs on its flagships. It has an f/1.8 aperture size and optical image stabilisation.

The rest of the camera arrangement is carried over from the S21 Ultra in its entirety. Zooming is handled by two telephoto lenses, one 3x standard and the other 10x periscope. A 12MP ultra-wide snapper completes the lens cluster. According to sources, the price of a Samsung mobile phone would be more than usual.

The front-facing camera (which is still housed inside a hole punch) has a resolution of 40MP. To no one’s surprise, the S22 Ultra’s screen is the most gorgeous Samsung has to offer. It has a 6.8-inch 2K Dynamic AMOLED display. The Phanom Black and Phantom White colour palettes for the S22 Ultra will also be expanded to include Green and Burgundy hues.

The specifications for the normal Galaxy S22 are also included in the source. Its maximum resolution is limited to 1080P. However, the 6.1″ display here is actually a more compact Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel. The Galaxy S22 is available in the same four colour options as the Ultra.

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