According to Rumours, Renders of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra Featuring a S Pen Slot have Leaked Online
Now that Samsung’s next flagship smartphone has been officially revealed, we can expect a flurry of leaks and speculation over the coming weeks. Because they were leaked by @OnLeaks, we have reason to believe these images depict Samsung’s upcoming flagship. To be clear, these renderings do not depict the final product exactly. However, the final design may differ even if these are inspired by the real thing.
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) September 24, 2021
Anyway, let’s get back to the Samsung phone in question.. With the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, you’ll get an idea of what a Galaxy Note-style smartphone will look like. In terms of design, the phone is cylinder-shaped with flat top and bottom sides, evoking memories of Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro with its waterfall display. There doesn’t appear to be such a curvature in the S22 Ultra.
As a result, our attention will be drawn to the camera system’s four lenses. The layout and placement of the cameras suggest it has the same camera hardware as the Galaxy S21 Ultra. This design is known as the P-shape. In addition, the camera on the front looks to be unaltered.
This phone’s slot for a S Pen is another noteworthy feature. Two recent rumours (1,2) have suggested that the phone will come with a S Pen. Although the Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to feature a larger battery, it’s possible that Samsung was able to rearrange the phone’s internals in such a way that the S Pen could still fit in there.
A 6.8-inch dual-curved display with fast refresh rate and high resolution, according to @OnLeaks leak partner Digit, is on the way for the Galaxy S22 Ultra.” If you include the camera hump, the overall thickness will be 10.5mm, or 163.2 x 77.9 x 8.9 mm.
In 2021, there will be no Galaxy Note smartphone, but the Galaxy S21 Ultra will support the S Pen as a pen input device. As a result, there are enough options for a real Galaxy Note 20 Ultra successor on the Galaxy Z Fold3.
In the first quarter of next year, we’ll learn more about Samsung’s upcoming flagship. Galaxy S21 was launched in late January 2021 by Samsung, so it’s possible it will come at the same time or even later.