Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: design confirmed by official poster

The well-known leaker Ben Geskin used his Twitter profile to confirm the design of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. It did so with the advance publication of part of a poster that claims to be extracted from the official advertising material of the brand.

The image includes the back of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy S22 +. It serves, therefore, to confirm some details of the design of these teams and the differences between them.

Exclusive first look at Samsung # GalaxyS22 Official Ultra & Plus Poster Bronze is back! pic.twitter.com/Wd8osKZ6hR

– Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) December 21, 2021

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will have a new design for its triple camera

In truth, the image that Ben Geskin shared publicly focuses on the cameras of the new high-end Samsungs. As such, the isolation of the different sensors that will be part of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra camera is confirmed.

On the other hand, the Galaxy S22 + will have the same module that the brand used in the Galaxy S21 models. We have a module that extends from the structure of the smartphone to its back and consists of three sensors.

Also note that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will have a more rectangular appearance, as is the hallmark of the Galaxy Note line, reinforcing its status as a spiritual successor. The Galaxy S22 + will have more rounded edges, honoring the past of the Galaxy S line.

Unfortunately, we do not have images of the front of these devices. Even so, everything indicates that we will have a Super AMOLED screen, with reduced margins and a Drilling in the center of the front camera.

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The arrival to the market will be later than expected

New rumors indicate that the Samsung Galaxy S22 suffered another launch schedule delay. Jon Prosser says a shortage of components forced the South Korean to delay the arrival of its new products on the market.

In fact, advance reservations for the Samsung Galaxy S22 will begin on February 9. General equipment availability will take place on the 25th of that month.

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