Samsung has received extra attention in recent days. The main reason is the beginning of the distribution One UI 4.0 update for the first smartphones Even in our area. Among the first devices to receive the new superstructure based on Android 12, there are devices from the Galaxy S21 product line. The next generation of these smartphone models catches the attention of the media.
The first real photos of the S22 Ultra appeared
Only a few days ago we managed to see a picture of the protective glass in preparation S22 Ultra, which revealed that the upcoming flagship smartphone model will carry the design features of Note smartphones.
The latest facts come to the fore Equipment Pictures, which was pointed out by well-known information whistleblower John Prosser. It is through his site frontpagetech.com We have shared several images, where it is claimed that we can see the upcoming model of the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
As you can see below, the pictures reveal that The array of cameras in the back wall of the device will not have the so-called “island”, as mentioned in other leaks, and instead each camera module will remain separate. It should also be noted that Posser also reveals other features of the camera sensors. He says the main camera module will have 108MP, and there will be a 12MP ultra-wide sensor and 10MP telephoto lens along with a 10MP telescopic sensor.
The published photos also reveal The presence of the S Pen, which suggests that the S22 Ultra will likely live on the Note smartphone production line, which Samsung has discontinued in the past.
In conclusion, we must add that the new S22 product line is expected to be officially Samsung Submitted in February 2022. However, we firmly believe that the Company will be able to retain, if not the majority, at least a part of the prepared jobs but also the property under the guise of secrecy.
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