21 January 2022
We are probably just a few weeks away from Samsung unveiling the Galaxy S22 series but the rumor mill keeps sharing details and renders of the phones. Evan Blass aka @evleaks, a well-known tipster, has now shared a Galaxy S22 Ultra that offers a good look at the device. It shows the phone from the front, back, and side.
The alleged Galaxy S22 Ultra undoubtedly resembles Galaxy Note devices. The overall design of the phone is similar to the signature phablet lineup that has been canceled since Galaxy Note 20 launch. The phone looks taller and has a wider display that will offer you enough real estate for taking notes or drawing using the stylus. There is a centered punch-hole for housing the front camera.
The camera module design has received a change where each camera sensor is placed separately. It is different from the Galaxy S22 module as seen in other leaks. The sensors obviously have camera bumps as you can see in the side-profile shown in the leaked render. The image further shows the S Pen stylus next to the smartphone which is another proof that it is nothing but simply a Galaxy Note alternative.
The phone will surely be powered by Qualcomm's Snap 8 Gen 1 processor which is the newest flagship processor. Some rumors suggest that we may get to see a 1TB storage variant as well. If this happens, it will be the first time since Galaxy S10+ that we will see a 1TB phone from the company. Nevertheless, Samsung is expected to launch these new flagships in February 2022 which is not that far.