Leaker clarifies Samsung's minor camera changes between the Galaxy S21 Ultra and the Galaxy S22 Ultra
@UniverseIce has spelt out previous leaks about the Galaxy S22 Ultra's cameras. Most recently, the renowned leaker claimed that they had received '100% confirmation' that Samsung would 'enhance the details of 108 MP mode' for next year's flagship.
Now, they have reiterated that Samsung will equip the Galaxy S22 Ultra with the ISOCELL HM3, a sensor that it also uses in the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Unusually, Samsung will integrate an 'improved version' but without changing any of its core specifications, such as its sensor size, pixel width, aperture or field of view.
Additionally, @UniverseIce still believes that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will contain a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle camera, along with dual 10 MP sensors that will serve as the device's two telephoto cameras. All Sony sensors, it seems that only the two destined for telephoto cameras are new. By contrast, the Galaxy S22 Ultra's ultra-wide-angle camera will also be from the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
As we have discussed separately, the biggest changes between the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S22 Ultra will be design-based, along with the usual year-on-year SoC improvements. In short, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will look more like the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra than the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which Jon Prosser has already leaked.