We’ve already seen several rumors about the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s camera, which could come in partnership with Olympus with 200 megapixels. The renderings also indicated that the Samsung smartphone might come with just two sensors, but now new images created by Letsgodigital show more possibilities for the smartphone.
The renderings provided by LetsGoDigital were created based on recently seen rumors which indicate the presence of a central hole in the upper area of the display to accommodate the front camera. The display should be 6.81 inches and have LTPO technology for dynamic refresh rate and also be compatible with Samsung’s S Pen stylus.
Speaking of design, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to be the most premium model in the lineup and the only one with a glass finish on the back. LetsGoDigital also indicated the possibility for the model to have an advanced heat sink, with a mini fan to make the system even more efficient.
This system can be very welcome to avoid overheating problems, after all the new version of Exynos will have an AMD GPU, which will still be compatible with Ray Tracing as revealed by the manufacturer himself. Paired with the new processor, we should still see 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of internal storage.
The package is rounded off by a 200-megapixel main camera co-created with Olympus with continuous optical zoom and advanced stabilization, a wide-angle lens, and two telephoto lenses.
The Galaxy S22 is expected to be announced in January or February 2022, so stay tuned to BlazeTrends for even more on Samsung’s next big release.