Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: Suspected camera samples released by Samsung from upgraded ISOCELL HM3 camera
It seems that Samsung has started teasing the camera capabilities of its next Galaxy smartphones. As the embedded tweet below shows, the company used its Samsung Mobile Twitter account to showcase photos taken at the Winter Olympics' opening ceremony. While the tweet does not mention the Galaxy S22 series by name, it has included the hashtag #withGalaxy.
Additionally, Samsung has used #MakeNightsEpic, a hashtag in its Galaxy Unpacked teaser campaign. For reference, the #MakeNightsEpic hashtag has appeared in the company's Tiger-themed billboards, which we have covered separately. Incidentally, Samsung and AT&T have effectively announced the Galaxy S22 series in the US, despite the former having scheduled its next Galaxy Unpacked event for February 9.
Based on various leaks, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will rely on an improved ISOCELL HM3, the same camera sensor found in the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Accordingly, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will have a 108 MP main camera that supports OIS and has an f/1.8 aperture. Moreover, the device will feature a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle camera and dual 10 MP telephoto lenses. Reputedly, one telephoto lens will support 3x optical zoom, with the other handling 10x optical zoom.