Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: This is how the smartphone looks like


Qualcomm may officially release the Snapdragon 898 flagship chip at the end of November. As one of the top manufacturers in the Android camp, Samsung will also launch related models as soon as possible.

According to previous news, Samsung may officially release the Galaxy S22 series early next year, and will still use the previous three models. Among them, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ are basically the same except for the size. The core is the Snapdragon 898, but in the camera, screen and other aspects we may see some changes.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a well-deserved Android device king, which will bring the strongest experience in all aspects, except for fast charging, which may be slightly broken.

This morning, a supply chain reported the latest Galaxy S22 Ultra model hands-on images and revealed that the design of the machine has been almost finalized, and the final mass product will basically be consistent with this design.

According to the picture, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is highly similar to the previously exposed renderings. The front panel has a centered hole. The surrounding borders are very narrow, almost reaching the effect of equal width on the four sides, and the overall visual effect is very comfortable.

As for the back, the Galaxy S22 Ultra does not adopt the rear camera solution of the existing model, but adopts a “up from the ground” design. The multi-camera does not use a unified platform to visually reduce the protruding, but many cameras stand alone.

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The minimalist design coupled with the S Pen stylus makes the Galaxy S22 Ultra model so interesting.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

Samsung leads the smartphone market in Q3 2021

The International Data Corporation (IDC) has released statistics on the global smartphone market in the third quarter of this year. Shipments of smartphone devices have declined.

Also, between July and September inclusive, 331.2 million smartphones were sold globally. For comparison: a year earlier shipments were equal to 354.9 million units.

Thus, the fall in annual terms was about 6.7%. This situation is primarily due to the shortage of electronic components. Difficulties with the production of components hit a wide variety of industries. Including computers and household appliances, the automotive industry, server equipment, etc.

The largest player in the smartphone market in the third quarter was the South Korean giant Samsung with a 20.8% share. In second place is Apple, with approximately 15.2% of the global market. The Chinese Xiaomi closes the top three with a share of 13.4%.

Then there are Vivo and Oppo with approximately the same results – 10.1% and 10.0%, respectively. All other smartphone vendors collectively hold 30.5% of the global market.

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