The Samsung Galaxy S22 series will appear on the shelves very soon. This also means we will be getting news concerning its look and features more frequently.
For instance, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will replace the Note in the high-end business niche. The built-in S Pen also seems to confirm this statement. Moreover, it not only comes with a larger battery capacity of 5000mAh but will also be the first fast-charging S series handset supporting up to 45W power input.
If you remember, Samsung left the fast-charging competition arena after the Note 7 incident. It has always maintained the battery capacity and charging speed of the mobile phone within the safest range.
Moreover, the previously leaked information showed that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra still adheres to the 25W fast charging solution that has been used for many years, causing a lot of complaints. But today, we learned that Samsung will bring 45W fast charging to the Galaxy S22 Ultra model.
The whistleblower Zaryab Khan recently posted on the YouTube channel XEETECHCARE that the S Pen input delay of the Galaxy S22 Ultra is only 2.8 milliseconds.
This figure is significantly less than the 9ms latency of the Galaxy Note 20 series. Also, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will be Samsung’s first model to support 12-bit HDR shooting.
All these features make the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra an unusual smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Design
The appearance is pretty nice. By the way, it greatly integrates the design style of the original Note series. The fuselage is very tough and returns to the hyperboloid design. The front screen adopts a central punch-hole design. The front camera opening is extremely small. The upper and lower borders are extremely narrow. So the visual effect of the entire front panel is quite good.
All buttons have also been moved to the right side of the fuselage, followed by the volume rockers and the power button.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra features a 12MP F2.2 ultra-wide-angle lens, a 108MP wide-angle main camera, a triple optical zoom telephoto lens, and a 10x optical zoom lens. The camera module supports optical image stabilization. Also, this means that we are dealing with the first 100-megapixel Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 smartphone.
Apart from all the aforementioned features, we also think Samsung will add many business-style and business-class apps to fill the gap left by the Note series and BlackBerry.