The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone is several months away from launch but it is already one of the most talked about phones recently, and its rear camera module in particular has been the center of many speculations with various leakers sharing different designs.
The phone appeared in a group of initial leaks that revealed the presence of a protrusion of the camera in the form of the letter P. Then, it appeared in leaks that revealed a camera with a dual island design, where one of the islands includes a triple camera while the other contains a quad camera and flash.
Now, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra appears with a new and different rear camera design. This camera continues to retain the P-layout of the cameras but with some twist – the islands have been eliminated and each camera is divided into its own bump.
According to the source, this design is the best implementation of the P-shaped layout as it looks simple yet elegant. It is no different from the one in the Samsung Galaxy A32.
Apart from this, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is known for its rectangular body, reminiscent of the now-defunct Note series. Samsung seems to be adamant about keeping the Alta’s look distinct from the rest of the Galaxy S22 series, hence all these design experiments.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Expected Specifications
It was also recently revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will not come with a punch-hole camera on the front, and will instead opt for the water notch. Another report stated that the flagship phone will have a 6.8-inch curved AMOLED screen with a resolution of QHD Plus 1440 x 3200 pixels with an adaptive refresh rate of 120 Hz.
The rear camera setup can consist of a 108MP primary camera, a 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 12MP telephoto camera with 3x and 10x optical zoom. It can contain a camera front Its resolution is 40 megapixels for selfies and video calls.
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