While Samsung may not release another Note device in the future, the company aims to bring most of the features to its flagship Galaxy S series. Last week, we saw a report suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra may be equipped with a built-in S-Pen slot. Recently, some high-quality renders of the Galaxy S22 Ultra confirm that the device will indeed have an integrated S-Pen slot.
Samsung Galaxy S22 series renderings (leaked)
The high resolution renders leaked come by respected whistleblower Steve H. McFly (aka OnLeaks) and show off the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra flagship. Although we don’t know the specs yet, the dimensions of the device as provided by the tipster a figure, they are approximately 163.2 x 77.9 x 8.9 mm with a thickness of 10.5 mm. Furthermore, the renders also show the S-Pen slot and the unique P-shaped camera module of the upcoming device.
Now, judging by the looks, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra reminds us of the Samsung Note series. It will reportedly boast a 6.8-inch curved AMOLED panel with a high refresh rate. It will come with Samsung’s Infinity-O design, which is a fancy name for a top-center punch hole for the selfie snapper.
At the bottom of the device, you can see a dedicated slot for the S-Pen along with a USB-C port and speaker grilles. Hence, it’s pretty much confirmed that Samsung will bring S-Pen support for its next flagship as OnLeaks has a solid track record. This could also mean that Samsung is actually planning to discontinue its Galaxy Note series, now that its Fold devices and flagship S-series device will ship with S-Pen support.
Coming to the P-shaped quad-camera module, it looks like Samsung is aiming to improve its photo game with the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra. Although there is currently no information on the lenses, one of them appears to be a periscope telephoto lens. Also, according to reports, the device could be equipped with a 108MP primary lens. However, the informant too shared another rendering, showing a differently shaped camera module. So, Samsung could go with one of them for the final product.
In addition to this, the tipster also shared the high resolution renders of the standard Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus. While the standard S22 looks like a premium Galaxy S21 FE, the renders of the S22 Plus show the triple camera setup on the retro, which is similar to previous models.
All Galaxy S22 series devices will feature the Infinity-O design and will reportedly contain Snapdragon 898/895 or Exynos 2200 SoC, depending on the region. Additionally, both the standard Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus may reportedly feature a 50MP primary lens on the rear.
So, this is pretty much all the information available on the Galaxy S22 series at the moment. However, as we get closer to the official launch, presumably early next year, we may see more information about the devices show up online. So, stay tuned for more rumors, leaks and reports in the coming days.
Featured image: OnLeaks x Digit