I haven’t had a month to the first render images of the Samsung S22 Plus and Ultra models have been run, however, these are images based solely on leaked information, so none of them should be treated as facts. New digital designs have now emerged for the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which came with a similar front panel and screen, but the camera island is different than in the September images.
The new plans a LetsGoDigitalnak and thanks to Technizo Concept, who obtained the information needed to create 3D models from a Korean leaker.
The drop-like camera hand seen in the new pictures has never appeared on Samsung’s top models, but the Galaxy A32 has already used this solution. LetsGoDigital also confirmed that the phone will come as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, not the Note 22 Ultra, as some have rumored.
The phone is expected to come with a 6.8 AMOLED display that will be punched through a 40 MP selfie camera. In the back Samsung’s new 200 MP lens doesn’t seem to be there, the 108 MP main camera will remain in its place, and a 12 MP ultra-wide will work next to it.
One of the big throws of the phone is that it is said to come with a GPU based on AMD RDNA 2 architecture, which will be sweated by the Exynos 2200 in Europe and the Snapdragon 895 in the rest of the world.
In fact, if we think from the perspective of reducing the weight of the camera, the current design is indeed the solution to minimize the weight of the camera, and the weight saved in this part is the S Pen pic.twitter.com/8LHIAWcl4M
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 18, 2021
Fun fact, and that hasn’t been confirmed yet, but the camera island seems to have become less pronounced to save weight for the S Pen that now comes with the phone. Would you like such an S22 Ultra?