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New Galaxy S22 Ultra leak gives away pretty much everything
- New leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra give away all its secrets.
- As expected, the phone could essentially be a Galaxy Note 22 Ultra with an S Pen and a similar design.
- This leak also comes with some new spec information.
We expect Samsung to launch the next iterations of its flagship Galaxy S series in the coming weeks. As usual, we have already seen plenty of leaked details related to the upcoming smartphones. Today, though, we’re seeing an enormous leak of info from MySmartPrice and frequent tipster Ishan Agarwal.
The leaks relate solely to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, the largest (and likely most expensive) phone in the Galaxy S22 lineup. As expected, the renders included with the leak reaffirm speculation that the Galaxy S22 Ultra could be more like a Galaxy Note 22 Ultra, since it appears to look and function just like a Note.
Famously, Samsung skipped launching a Galaxy Note 21 last year. Instead, it focused on pushing its foldables and Galaxy S21 smartphones as the flagships of the year. While this worked well for the foldables, it didn’t work out so well for the Galaxy S21 series.
Regardless, along with these new renders, we also have some specs. Check out the information we have so far below.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: Newest renders and specs
As the renders in this article show, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to launch in four colors: black, white, purple, and green. The included S Pen appears to be black with a top color to match the phone itself. Although these renders don’t show it, we fully expect the phone to have a slot for storing and charging the S Pen.
MySmartPrice says Agarwal believes the rear camera setup could have the following specs:
- 108MP main
- 12MP ultrawide
- 10MP telephoto (primary)
- 10MP telephoto (secondary)
- Fifth unknown sensor (likely depth)
Agarwal says the phone could have a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with a 3088 x 1440 resolution. It could be covered with an as-yet-unannounced Gorilla Glass Victus Plus. Presumably, this glass would be stronger than regular Victus, although we have no information on it quite yet.
Finally, Agarwal says the phone could have a 5,000mAh battery with 45W wired charging speeds. If that pans out, this would be Samsung’s fastest charging phone ever. This is good news, because the company has been way behind the trends in this area.
It won’t be much longer before we see the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Stay tuned to see how these leaked specs pan out in reality!