Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: Leaked official marketing images reveal the continuation of the Galaxy Note series
Last week, LetsGoDigital revealed an alleged marketing poster showing the Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra, two of the three smartphones that Samsung is expected to announce under the Galaxy S22 series in February 2022. Unsurprisingly, Samsung was not happy with the image's publication. In response, Samsung filed a DMCA notice against LetsGoDigital, temporarily suspending the website's Twitter account.
Nonetheless, Evan Blass has leaked several official marketing images of the Galaxy S22 Ultra from three sides. As expected, the Galaxy S22 Ultra resembles the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra more than the company's current Ultra smartphone.
Accordingly, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a boxy design and a built-in S Pen holder. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a steep curve to its display too, along with a thicker chin than its other three bezels. Also, the punch-hole front-facing camera from the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra remains.
Incidentally, the image shows that the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a periscope camera, the lowest lens on the device's back panel. Reputedly, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will rely on an improved ISOCELL HM2 sensor as its primary camera, plus a 12 MP sensor for an ultra-wide-angle camera. Presumably, the periscope camera is one of the two new Sony sensors mentioned last month by @UniverseIce. The 10x zoom camera should be joined by another new Sony camera sensor that offers 3x zoom.