The entire world is thinking about the loyal fans of the Galaxy Note series as rumors revealed Samsung is going to end it. Well-known tipster just spread the high-res renders of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which is going to become the next Galaxy Note — Galaxy Note 22 Ultra, thanks to Samsung for the S Pen along with the garage.
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Saying thanks to Onleaks + Digit for a very big set of precious Galaxy S22 Ultra, ohh, it does not remain an S series phone, we call it the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra as it brings support for S Pen stylus with a dedicated chamber inside the phone’s body. First, check the renders attached below, followed by details.
Going with the Galaxy S22 Ultra (AKA Galaxy Note 22 Ultra) renders, Samsung seems to be decided that the next Galaxy S flagship will borrow several design aspects and functionalities from the Galaxy Note line, including S Pen with silo, big display with curved edges, flat top/bottom and sharp corners (slightly rounded as well).
All of the above-mentioned changes and renders are quite enough to confirm that the Galaxy S22 Ultra won’t come as Samsung has killed it in favor of the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra. However, you can also take this move as a big upgrade for the Galaxy S22 Ultra as it’s going to highlight radical design changes, thanks to Google for Android 12’s inspiration.
While it’s early to say anything about the specifications of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, tipster revealed that it will feature a 6.8-inch high-resolution AMOLED curved display, and of course, with a high refresh rate. The handset might expand 163.2 x 77.9 x 8.9mm, while its thickness could be 10.5mm including the camera bump.
The all-new P-shaped camera system looks quite impressive, but personally, I don’t like it at all. Well, it has a group of camera sensors that includes a wide-angle, an ultrawide, a periscope and a telephoto camera alongside some sensors like laser autofocus and LED flash for flagship-grade photography.
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Recent rumor revealed that the Galaxy S22 series will go official this December with Android 12 out of the box. If this rumor becomes reality, Samsung may snatch Apple’s chance to lead the world in terms of the highest volume of iPhone shipments of its recently launched iPhone 13 series.
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