Full Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G phone, display, and camera specifications reveal how Samsung combined the Galaxy S with the Galaxy Note
The supposed specifications for the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra have seemingly been leaked in full. While details about the phone have been leaking for many weeks, there has been some discussion over whether the S22 Ultra would get an Exynos 2200 SoC or a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip or both depending on region. The specs leak (see image below) lists both chipsets, along with Android 12 OS and Samsung’s OneUI 4.1 overlay.
As for display specs for the S22 Ultra, the 6.8-inch device, which clearly borrows design elements from the fabled Galaxy Note series, comes with a Dynamic AMOLED 2X screen that is capable of 120 Hz refresh rate, 1,500-nit brightness, and it supports HDR10+. The S-Pen stylus is onboard for users who want to use the Galaxy S22 Ultra to take notes, and it has a reported 2.8 ms latency, which is much quicker than previous iterations.
Camera specs are also shown in the image that has been doing the rounds on social media like Twitter and China’s Weibo platform. At the front there is a 40 MP (f/2.2) wide sensor, while the main camera arrangement on the rear consists of a 108 MP lens (f/1.8, wide) + 10 MP sensor (f/4.9, telephoto, 3x zoom) + 10 MP camera (f/4.9, periscope, 10x zoom) + 12 MP unit (f/2.2. ultra-wide).
Unfortunately, there is no mention of a 1 TB model, which was rumored recently; however, there is space for a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra with a huge 16 GB of RAM. Full memory/storage configurations are 12 GB + 128 GB, 12 GB + 256 GB, and 16 GB + 512 GB. Last but not least, there is mention of a 5,000-mAh battery that supports 45 W fast charging. With the design and S Pen, the S22 Ultra nods to the past of the Galaxy Note, while the camera, display, and processing specs show its rightful place in the upcoming Galaxy S lineup.