Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Real-life Photos
According to this news, Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 end products will be unveiled as early as the middle of next month, and the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series, Xiaomi 12, Motorola Flagship will be one of the first flagships.
In recent times, various exposés and renders about the machine Galaxy S22 series have been coming out, but now there are finally Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra real-life photos of the machine coming out.
Recently, the tipster released a set of real Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra pictures, the whole seems to be the same as the renders, the overall style is more towards the Note series of hard business style.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra features a 2K centered single-hole micro-curved screen, a special 108-megapixel 10x periscope image module on the rear, and an overall square and rigid design with a built-in S-Pen stylus.
It is also easy to see from the real picture, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra front return to the hyperbolic design, the screen using centered punching scheme, but the front camera opening is extremely small, the upper and lower bezels are also basically equal width extremely narrow, the overall visual effect is very shocking.
As for the back, the Galaxy S22 Ultra rear camera uses a separate arrangement for each camera, unlike the current mainstream models that use a double-layered bump to hide the camera bump, and the height of the camera bump is almost negligible.
Visually, the Galaxy S22 Ultra rear camera is only the height of a lens protection ring, which is already infinitely close to a pure flat rear shell, which is the lens design everyone is pursuing, very simple and atmospheric.
According to the news, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will use an LTPO screen, can provide a 1-120Hz adaptive refresh rate adjustment function, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 SoC and Samsung’s own Exynos 2200 flagship SoC, and the latter in the graphics performance will also be supported by AMD core technology, and this time the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will also directly integrate the S-Pen stylus, which previously belonged to the Note series.