Everything indicates that Samsung will present its new tops in early February. In the event that should happen on the eighth, we’ll see three devices prominently revealed in the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
As we know today, this will be the most unique product in the Galaxy S line that South Korea has already revealed. To better understand what that means, here we go through all its specifications.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra arrives with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Exynos 2200
The data comes from a graph, allegedly official, that contains all the technical details of the new Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, that is, here we see the main specifications of this top of the Android range.
From the beginning, it was confirmed that two versions of the Galaxy S22 Ultra would be released: one with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and the other with Exynos 2200. The first will be exclusive to the markets of China, South Korea and the United States, while the second will be. Aiming at international markets.
Internally, we will still have 12GB or 16GB of RAM. As for the internal storage, the charts will start again at 128 GB and can go up to 1 TB in the most expensive version of the smartphone.
The screen of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be 6.8 inches Dynamic AMOLED 2X. It will have Quad-HD+ resolution, a variable refresh rate of 120Hz, HDR 10+, and a brightness of 1,500 nits.
Same camera with superior results
On paper, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra inherits the camera from its predecessor. In fact, we have a 108MP main lens, 12MP wide angle, 10MP telephoto lens and a 10MP periscope with 10x optical zoom.
Despite the fact that it uses the same hardware, software tricks applied to this device should significantly increase the quality of the captured images. It remains to be seen if they will be as superior as various sources have claimed.
Support for the S Pen has been confirmed, and it’s now more powerful than its predecessors. According to the shared image, its latency will be only 2.8ms.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra with 45W fast charging
The last big thing that was confirmed has to do with the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s battery charging speeds. In fact, there will be a speed of 45 watts to power a 5000 mAh cell.
Although it is still far from the offerings of many Chinese brands, this is actually an increase in download speeds for the Korean tops of the range. So far, the brand has been stuck charging at 25W.
Given this information, all that remains is to make this product official. This will happen in the coming weeks on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus.
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