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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra hands-on leak reveals everything about design

06 November 2021 0

It is time for the biggest Samsung Galaxy S22 leak yet and it is coming from none other than Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech. The leak is specifically for the Galaxy S22 Ultra and reveals everything about the product design. It comprises hands-on images showing the upcoming flagship's real-world look.

The first thing you will notice straight up is that the Galaxy S22 Ultra looks exactly like a Galaxy Note device. This is not surprising as the Ultra variant is meant to be the Galaxy Note replacement. It has a taller display with curved edges and a centered punch-hole similar to how we have seen on Galaxy Note models.


The flagship has S Pen stylus support but the good thing is that there is an in-built stylus slot as well. This was one of the signature Galaxy Note design elements. It seems like Samsung is ready to present Galaxy S22 Ultra as a full-fledged replacement for the Note series. This is not possible with the Galaxy S21 Ultra as users have to buy cases with slots for carrying the stylus.


On the back panel, the camera module setup is exactly the same as the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The report reveals that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature a 108-megapixel primary sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, a 10-megapixel telephoto sensor with 3x zoom, and a 10-megapixel telephoto sensor with 10x zoom.

This is everything that has been shared in the latest leak. The Galaxy S22 series is set for a release sometime during early 2022 which means we are only a couple of months away. We can expect more such leaks to surface ahead of the launch. As and when that happens, we will make sure to keep you updated.


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