Photos of Samsung Galaxy A53 5G’s components confirm four rear cameras, one selfie


The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will reuse the bump design of the A52 trio for the quad camera on its back. This was seen in speculative renders from last year, but now we have real-world confirmation as well from spy photos of A53 5G’s frame and rear panel that were shared by 91Mobilies.

The panel appears black, though this could be prior to painting. Either way, black is one of the rumored color options for this model, alongside white, light blue and orange. This same color palette will be used for other Ax3 phones as well, including the Galaxy A13 and A33 5G.


Samsung Galaxy A53 5G rear panel and mid-frame
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G rear panel and mid-frame
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G rear panel and mid-frame
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G rear panel and mid-frame

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G rear panel and mid-frame

As for the cameras, it will indeed have four modules, despite TENAA listing only three. The main camera is expected to have the same 64 MP resolution as the A52 models, but the ultra wide may be getting an upgrade to 32 MP (up from 12 MP).

We wouldn’t put too much stock in the TENAA specs, though, they also listed two selfie cameras, and we haven’t seen any evidence of that, not even in TENAA’s own photos of the phone. And if you look at the photo of the phone’s mid-frame, there is only one centered punch hole for a selfie camera.


Samsung Galaxy A53 5G (speculative renders)
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G (speculative renders)
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G (speculative renders)

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G speculative renders (image credit)

The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will use two different chipsets, one of which is expected to be the Exynos 1200. Note that there isn’t going to be an A53 4G, the two different chips will both power 5G units. Other than that, they should share the same hardware.

The A53 is expected to be announced in the first quarter of this year, likely alongside other Ax3 models.

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Samsung Galaxy A22e 5G gets Bluetooth certified


Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A22 4G and 5G last June and followed up with the Galaxy A22s 5G in November, which is just a rebranded A22 5G. And while we wait for the Korean conglomerate to announce the Galaxy A23, we now hear of a new smartphone that could go official soon – the Galaxy A22e 5G.

The Samsung Galaxy A22e 5G has bagged Bluetooth SIG’s certification, taking it a step closer to launch. The certifying authority doesn’t reveal the A22e 5G’s specifications, but it tells us that the smartphone has model designation SC-56B, which is the same as the Galaxy A22 5G launched in Japan last year, meaning the A22e 5G could share the specs with the Japanese Galaxy A22 5G.


Samsung Galaxy A22e 5G on Bluetooth SIG's website

Samsung Galaxy A22e 5G on Bluetooth SIG’s website

It’s worth noting that the Japanese Galaxy A22 5G and the one announced last June have different specs. For starters, the Japanese model features a smaller TFT screen (5.8″) with lower resolution (HD+) and 60Hz refresh rate, packs a smaller battery (4,000 mAh), and comes with a total of two cameras instead of four – a 13MP primary unit on the rear and a 5MP selfie shooter inside the notch.

The Japanese Galaxy A22 5G is 8.9mm thick, weighs 168 grams, and is IP68 rated. It also has an NFC chip on board but skips the side-mounted fingerprint reader. The smartphone boots Android 11 and comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. However, it also has a microSD card slot for storage expansion by up to 1TB.


Global Galaxy A22 5G
Japanese Galaxy A22 5G

Global Galaxy A22 5G • Japanese Galaxy A22 5G

Samsung says the Japanese Galaxy A22 5G is powered by an octa-core processor, with the power cores having a maximum clock frequency of 2.2GHz and efficiency cores capped at 2GHz. Samsung hasn’t mentioned the chipset’s name, but it could be the Dimensity 700 SoC we have on the non-Japanese A22 5G.

It’s unclear when Samsung will introduce the Galaxy A22e 5G, but you can expect to learn more about it as it bags more certifications.

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Samsung says ‘most Note-worthy’ S series phone will launch next month


TL;DR

  • Samsung confirmed an Unpacked event will happen next month.
  • The company said the event will see the launch of the ‘most Note-worthy’ S series phone. 

Samsung is tipped to launch the Galaxy S22 series in February, and the company has now confirmed this launch window while also hinting at what to expect from the 2022 flagship family.

Mobile chief TM Roh acknowledged the lack of a Galaxy Note phone in 2021 in a post on Samsung’s website, adding that consumers liked the line’s productivity/creativity focus and the S Pen experience.

“At Unpacked in February 2022, we’ll introduce you to the most noteworthy S series device we’ve ever created,” Roh explained. In case there was any doubt that this was a reference to the Galaxy Note family, an emailed press release to Android Authority says that it will be the “most Note-worthy” S series phone yet.

More reading: All the Galaxy S22 series leaks and rumors in one place

Roh further claimed that the device will offer the “best and brightest” photos and videos at night, signing off by saying people should get ready for the “ultimate Ultra experience.” The company also uploaded a teaser video for the new phones, seen at the top of this page.

We still don’t have a specific launch date then, but several leaks point to a February 8 date. The Korean manufacturer is expected to launch the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra phones on the day, and leaked renders point to the Ultra model getting the Note line’s S Pen slot.

Samsung will also be opening its “Reserve Now” offers for its next Galaxy phone and tablet at 10 AM ET (7 AM PT) today in the US. This will allow consumers to reserve the devices early and get Samsung.com offers like an extra $50 credit.



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Samsung confirms February launch event, promises a “noteworthy” Galaxy S22 Ultra


Guess what? Samsung is planning a flagship phone launch event next month, as has been rumored multiple times already. While the company hasn’t yet confirmed an exact date for the next Unpacked event, TM Roh, the President and Head of MX Business for Samsung Electronics, penned an interesting blog post today, which was accompanied by the teaser video you can see below.

Roh promises that, at next month’s Unpacked, we’ll get to see “the most noteworthy S series device” Samsung has ever made. Get it? Noteworthy?

But wait, there’s more: “the next generation of Galaxy S is here, bringing together the greatest experiences of our Samsung Galaxy into one ultimate device”.

Samsung confirms February launch event, promises a ''noteworthy'' Galaxy S22 Ultra

All of this sounds like a pretty transparent way of teasing the fact that the Note line, dead in 2021, is making a comeback this year – but not as the Note line. In fact, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has already been rumored to adopt a design that’s similar in style to that of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra (the last Note ever made), while incorporating a built-in stylus with the lowest ever touch latency rate.

Roh’s blog post ends with the following sentence: “Get ready for the ultimate Ultra experience”, and we think that confirms that the name of the company’s next ultra high-end smartphone will be S22 Ultra and not S22 Note as rumored at different points in the past.

This device is apparently going to help you “own the night – taking the best and brightest photos and videos you’ve ever captured with a phone”, as well as “dominate the day with power, speed and tools that can’t be found elsewhere”, and “enjoy cutting edge-innovations made possible thanks to the smartest Galaxy experience yet”, whatever that means.

There’s also a promise of feeling good about being part of the most sustainable Galaxy ecosystem – hopefully this doesn’t mean the charging cable is now gone from the box too.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 series’ regional chipset configurations revealed


Samsung has been pretty consistent with the distribution of the two chipset versions of its flagships, but this year rumors emerged that potential Exynos production issues might shake things up. The company finally announced the Exynos 2200 on Tuesday and now a leakster claims to have the list of markets that will get it.

Traditionally Europe is getting Exynos-powered Galaxy S flagships, while North America and east Asia are going with the Snapdragon version.

Interestingly, some regions like Africa, Middle East Asia and West Asia will get both options, depending on the country.

Perhaps the initial rumors about Samsung’s Exynos 2200 production maintaining lower yields might be true and thus the company was forced to move more units to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series leaks in full on Amazon


Display

Galaxy Tab S8

11-inch LCD
2560 x 1600
120Hz refresh rate
276ppi

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

12.7-inch AMOLED
2800 x 1752
120Hz refresh rate
266ppi

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

14.6-inch AMOLED
2960 x 1848
120Hz refresh rate
240ppi

CPU / GPU

Galaxy Tab S8

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
Adreno 730

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
Adreno 730

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
Adreno 730

RAM

Galaxy Tab S8

8GB RAM

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

8GB RAM

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

8 or 16GB RAM

Storage

Galaxy Tab S8

128 or 256GB
microSD card support

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

128 or 256GB
microSD card support

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

256 or 512GB
microSD card support

Connectivity

Galaxy Tab S8

USB-C 3.2 Gen-1
Wi-Fi 6E
Bluetooth 5.2
5G support (optional)

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

USB-C 3.2 Gen-1
Wi-Fi 6E
Bluetooth 5.2
5G support (optional)

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

USB-C 3.2 Gen-1
Wi-Fi 6E
Bluetooth 5.2
5G support (optional)

Audio

Galaxy Tab S8

Dolby Atmos support
Quadruple stereo speakers
No 3.5mm headphone jack

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

Dolby Atmos support
Quadruple stereo speakers
No 3.5mm headphone jack

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Dolby Atmos support
Quadruple stereo speakers
No 3.5mm headphone jack

Cameras

Galaxy Tab S8

REAR
– 13MP main, ƒ/2.0
– 6MP ultrawide, ƒ/2.2

FRONT:
– 12MP main, ƒ/2.4

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

REAR
– 13MP main, ƒ/2.0
– 6MP ultrawide, ƒ/2.2

FRONT:
– 12MP main, ƒ/2.4

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

REAR
– 13MP main, ƒ/2.0
– 6MP ultrawide, ƒ/2.2

FRONT:
– 12MP main, ƒ/2.4
– 12MP secondary, ƒ/2.2

Power

Galaxy Tab S8

8,000mAh battery

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

10,090mAh battery

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

11,200mAh battery

S Pen

Galaxy Tab S8

Included

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

Included

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Included

Software

Galaxy Tab S8

Android 12
One UI 4.1

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

Android 12
One UI 4.1

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Android 12
One UI 4.1

Dimensions / weight

Galaxy Tab S8

253.8 x 165.4 x 6.3mm
507g

Galaxy Tab S8 Plus

285 x 185 x 5.7mm
567g

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

326.4 x 208.6 x 5.5mm
728g



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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ detailed renders emerge


Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 series is expected to come in at least three versions – a vanilla Tab S8, a Tab S8+ and the top-end Tab S8 Ultra. The middle ground model Plus model is the subject of a series of detailed renders brought to life by @Technizo Concept showing out the design and two of its colors.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ detailed renders emerge

Galaxy Tab S8+ will succeed the current Tab S7+ and will build upon its design with few alterations. There are two colors shown here – gray and bronze. The dimensions are said to remain at 285 x 185 x 5.7mm.

Tab S8+ will come with a Super AMOLED panel with a dynamic 120Hz refresh rate and a 2,800 x 1,752 px resolution. The outgoing Tab S7+ had a 12.4-inch diagonal but the most recent spec leak suggest Tab S8+ will offer a slightly larger 12.7-inch screen area. There’s no notch here – that’s reserved for the Ultra model. The fingerprint sensor is said to be integrated under the screen.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ detailed renders emerge

The back will offer a dual cam setup which is expected to be shared by all three Tab S8 tablets. It will consist of a 13MP main cam and a 6MP ultrawide snapper. The selfie shooter is said to come in at 12MP. The rear camera cutout will be extended by a black magnetic strip which will snap on the S Pen stylus.

All three Tab S8 models will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and will ship with One UI 4 on top of Android 12.

The baseline 8GB RAM and 128GB storage Wi-Fi only model is expected to start at €900 while an extra €50 should net you 256GB storage. The 5G models start at €1,050 for the 8/128GB trim and €1,100 for the 8/256GB version.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ detailed renders emerge

We’re expecting an announcement on February 9 according to the latest reports which should coincide with the Galaxy S22 series introduction.

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Samsung Galaxy A33 5G FCC certification confirms battery and charging speeds


One of Samsung’s highly anticipated upcoming Galaxy A-series phones just passed by the FCC bringing in more key spec details. Galaxy A33 5G bearing the SM-A336B model number will bring a 5,000mAh battery with the same EB-BA336ABY part number seen in a Safety Korea listing last year.


Samsung Galaxy A33 5G listings on FCC
Samsung Galaxy A33 5G listings on FCC
Samsung Galaxy A33 5G listings on FCC

Samsung Galaxy A33 5G listings on FCC

The phone will come bundled with a 25W USB-C adapter but will lack a microSD card slot and a headphone jack. The device was previously spotted in renders showing out a 6.4-inch display with a waterdrop notch and triple cameras.

Samsung Galaxy A33 5G FCC certification confirms battery and charging speeds

Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy A33 5G later on in Q1.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra goes on a photo safari equipped with the Expert RAW app


A month ago Samsung and Discovery released a short documentary on tigers show on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Now the flagship is ready to venture out into nature again, this time to show off its photography skills and specifically to highlight the advantages of the Expert RAW camera app.

It captures linear 16-bit RAW files with an embedded profile for Lightroom and a handy button to export files to the photo editing app. Here is wildlife photographer Shaaz Jung putting the quad camera to work on subjects as large as an elephant and as small as a spider.

The manual controls offered by the app are crucial in some scenes, e.g. getting the focus just right on the small spider hanging on its web with the help of manual focus adjustment and focus peaking. Manual focus is available for all four cameras on the back.

If you have a Galaxy S21 Ultra, you can check the Galaxy Store to see if the Expert RAW app is available in your region. The app itself is free and comes with two free months of Adobe Lightroom.

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Samsung Galaxy A53 specs, official renders surface via TENAA


Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G camera module in hand

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TL;DR

  • The Samsung Galaxy A53 has passed through TENAA.
  • The listing confirms the device’s design and some of its key specs, including display size, camera hardware, and more.
  • Don’t expect huge upgrades over the outgoing Galaxy A52 models.

Renders of the Samsung Galaxy A53 broke cover at the end of 2021, showcasing a design that excluded a 3.5mm headphone jack. Now, the device’s core specs and official renders have emerged thanks to TENAA.

The Galaxy A53 could feature a modest rear camera bump that houses four lenses and a flash. A power button and volume rocker sit on the phone’s right flank, while a centered punch hole is also present. In terms of size, the Galaxy A53 is slightly smaller than the outgoing Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52s 5G, with a 159.5 x 74.7 x 8.1mm profile and 190-gram weight.

Samsung Galaxy A53 specs

Now to the specs sheet. There’s 6.46-inch 2,400 x 1,080 display, which doesn’t appear to be much of an upgrade over the Galaxy A52. However, there’s no word on refresh rate, so we could get a 120Hz surprise. Samsung will also make 128GB and 256GB storage options available and keep the microSD card slot.

Other key figures include 8GB of RAM and a 4,860mAh battery, likely being marketed as a 5,000mAh unit. There’s no indication which chipset commands this device, but it’s an octa-core chip that sits between 2.0GHz and 2.4GHz. That profile best fits the Snapdragon 778G, also used in the Galaxy A52s 5G. We’ll have to wait for official confirmation from Samsung, though.

As for imaging, those four rear camera lenses hide 64MP, 32MP, and two 5MP sensors. Judging by the lack of overt upgrades over the Galaxy A52, expect those snappers to pull primary, ultrawide, macro, and depth-sensing duties once again. The selfie shooter reportedly uses a 12MP sensor.

Finally, there’s no mention in the listing of a 3.5mm headphone jack, hinting that initial rumors of its removal are indeed true.

Judging by the presence of this listing, the Samsung Galaxy A53 shouldn’t be too far away from its primetime debut.



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Samsung Galaxy A53 5G’s full specs revealed by TENAA


The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G we’ve been hearing about since last October has been certified by China’s TENAA, revealing full specs in the process.

The Galaxy A53 5G, sporting model code SM-A5360, is powered by an octa-core processor with a maximum clock frequency of 2.4GHz. TENAA doesn’t mention the chipset’s name in its listing, but we’ve previously seen SM-A536U on Geekbench with the Exynos 1200 SoC, having two cores clocked at 2.4Ghz max frequency and the remaining six capped at 2GHz.

The SM-A5360 has 8GB of RAM onboard. However, the SM-A536U we saw on Geekbench last month with Android 12 had 6GB RAM, so you can expect the smartphone to have different memory options depending on the region. It’s also said to have different chipsets in different markets.

The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is built around a 6.46″ FullHD+ display. While TENAA hasn’t explicitly mentioned the panel type, it’s safe to say we are looking at an AMOLED screen here since the smartphone will feature an in-display fingerprint reader.

TENAA says the Galaxy A53 5G will come with a total of five cameras – two on the front (12MP+5MP) and three on the back (64MP+32MP+5MP). But that’s a mistake since the leaked renders and images shared by TENAA tell us the smartphone has four shooters on the rear and one inside the centered punch hole.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G's images shared by TENAA
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G’s images shared by TENAA

We’ll likely see the selfie camera use a 32MP sensor, while the 64MP primary camera on the rear will be joined by a 12MP ultrawide, 5MP macro, and 5MP depth units.

Keeping the lights on is a battery with a rated capacity of 4,860 mAh, meaning the typical capacity will be around 5,000 mAh.

The Galaxy A53 5G is 8.1mm thick, weighs 190 grams, and has two storage options – 128GB and 256GB. Although it also has a microSD card slot for storage expansion by up to 1TB.

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Samsung Galaxy A53 5G’s leaked render (Image source: OnLeaks and Digit.in)

TENAA says the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G will be offered in white and blue colors, but rumors claim the smartphone will arrive in at least four colors, including black and orange.

There’s no word from Samsung about the Galaxy A53 5G yet, but a previous leak claimed the smartphone will go official sometime in Q1 2022. The Galaxy A52 and A52 5G were announced last March, so we expect the A53 5G to launch during the same time this year.

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Samsung is launching the Galaxy S22 on February 9, new report reveals


Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S22 any moment now. Reports from South Korea suggested a February 8 launch date, and now new info surfaced, suggesting a new date – February 9.

The information comes from Ice Universe, a known Samsung leakster, but there’s a possibility the date is different for the Chinese market, and February 8 could still be on the table.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is shown in more leaked renders, here it is in four colors

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is expected to bring three devices at launch. The mightiest of them all will be the Galaxy S22 Ultra and will be the first S series flagship with a built-in stylus – something that was exclusive to the Galaxy Note series so far.


Definitely not a Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
Definitely not a Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Definitely not a Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

The Ultra should bring some features to the global audience such as the new LTPO AMOLED that supports a dynamic refresh rate from 1 Hz to 120 Hz with a yet unannounced Gorilla Glass Victus+ on top for protection. Other fancy specs include 45W fast wired charging and 15W wireless for the 5,000 mAh power cell.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 tablets are also expected to arrive at the same event.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra image leaks on Samsung support page


After countless leaks, renders and even live sightings Samsung went ahead and posted an official image of the upcoming Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra on its US support page. We can see the notched tablet next to a Samsung smartphone.


Galaxy S21 Ultra and “not Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra”

Galaxy S21 Ultra and “not Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra”

Our browser’s tooltip text actually confirms we’re looking at a Galaxy S21 Ultra and “not Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra”. The actual contents of the support page give out instructions on how to set up Bixby Voice’s wake-up on multiple devices feature.


Definitely not a Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
Definitely not a Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Definitely not a Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

The blunder re-emphasizes we’re nearing the official launch of the Galaxy Tab S8 series which is rumored to take place on February 8 alongside the Galaxy S22 series. Tab S8 Ultra is expected to debut with a massive 14.6-inch 120Hz AMOLED display with a notch, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 gen 1 chipset and a rumored 12,000 mAh battery with 45W charging capabilities.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra leaks on support page complete with notch


Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra Leaked Renders 2

TL;DR

  • Samsung has published an image of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra on a support page.
  • The render effectively confirms the existence of a notch.

Samsung is steadily building up to the launch of its new flagship tablet series, but it seems that a few at the company might be a little too excited for their own good.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra support page

The render once again highlights a notch on the tablet’s right-hand edge. While we’ve seen the notch on plenty of leaked renders, this is the first time the image comes from an official Samsung source.

This will likely be the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra’s most divisive feature. We’ve found notches on larger screen devices — most recently the new MacBook Pro series — to be more distracting than useful. Samsung could face similar issues, especially if the notch doesn’t provide additional functionality. However, rumors suggest that two 12MP shooters will occupy this space.

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Beyond the notch, the render also depicts the basic protective case sans keyboard. It’s likely that more official accessories, including a keyboard cover, will be on offer, too.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra: What else do we know?

Thanks to a spate of leaks, there isn’t much we don’t already know about Samsung’s flagship tablet. It’ll reportedly land with a 14.6-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, a massive 11,200mAh battery, and a dual-camera array with a 13MP primary sensor at the rear.

There’s still no official word of a launch date, but considering the tablet’s impromptu appearance on support pages, its debut shouldn’t be too far away.


What do you make of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra’s notch? Do you love it or hate it? Let us know by voting in the poll above.



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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is shown in more leaked renders, here it is in four colors


Samsung is getting ready to unveil its next-generation flagship smartphone family, the S22, and the S22 Ultra will be the top dog in this line. It will be the first S/Note hybrid, with its support for a built-in stylus, and its boxy style that’s very similar to the Galaxy Note20 Ultra from 2020, the last Note ever made.

Today a prolific tipster has leaked a new set of official-looking (if low-resolution) renders of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which show it in four different colors. It’s nice to see Samsung’s S Ultra flagship finally have some actual colors in its lineup – that aren’t white, various shades of gray, or black.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is shown in more leaked renders, here it is in four colors

Maybe the design team that was previously in charge of the Galaxy Note line took over here? We ask because the S22 Ultra has a shape more reminiscent of a Note20 Ultra than an S22+, which is a bit weird considering the S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra are all supposed to be closely related.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is shown in more leaked renders, here it is in four colors

Anyway, speculation aside, the stylus is rumored to have 2.8ms latency, which is by far the lowest Samsung’s ever produced so far. The S22 Ultra is said to have a 108 MP Super Clear Lens main camera, a 12 MP ultrawide, and two 10 MP telephoto sensors (for 3x and 10x zoom, respectively). The camera system will support 12-bit HDR video recording and auto frame rate.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is shown in more leaked renders, here it is in four colors

On the front you’ll find a 6.8-inch 1440×3088 AMOLED screen with 120 Hz refresh rate and a centered hole-punch cutout for the 40 MP selfie camera. The screen uses LTPO tech to dynamically adjust its refresh rate from 1 Hz to 120 Hz. It will be protected by the still unannounced Gorilla Glass Victus+.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra will allegedly weigh 228g and measure 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9 mm. It will be IP68 rated for dust and water resistance, it will support 45W fast charging (but don’t expect any charger in the box), and 15W wireless charging for its 5,000 mAh battery. The dual speakers will be tuned by AKG and will support Dolby Atmos. The phone will run Android 12 with Samsung’s One UI 4.1 on top.

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New Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra leak spoils everything


Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra All Colors Leaked

TL;DR

  • New leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra give away all its secrets.
  • As expected, the phone could essentially be a Galaxy Note 22 Ultra with an S Pen and a similar design.
  • This leak also comes with some new spec information.

The leaks relate solely to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, the largest (and likely most expensive) phone in the Galaxy S22 lineup. As expected, the renders included with the leak reaffirm speculation that the Galaxy S22 Ultra could be more like a Galaxy Note 22 Ultra, since it appears to look and function just like a Note.

Along with these new renders, we also have some specs. Check out the information we have so far below.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: Newest renders and specs

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Purple and Green Leaked

As the renders in this article show, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to launch in four colors: black, white, purple, and green. The included S Pen appears to be black with a top color to match the phone itself. Although these renders don’t show it, we fully expect the phone to have a slot for storing and charging the S Pen.

MySmartPrice says Agarwal believes the rear camera setup could have the following specs:

  • 108MP main
  • 12MP ultrawide
  • 10MP telephoto (primary)
  • 10MP telephoto (secondary)
  • Fifth unknown sensor (likely depth)

Agarwal says the phone could have a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with a 3088 x 1440 resolution. It could be covered with an as-yet-unannounced Gorilla Glass Victus Plus. Presumably, this glass would be stronger than regular Victus, although we have no information on it quite yet.

Finally, Agarwal says the phone could have a 5,000mAh battery with 45W wired charging speeds. If that pans out, this would be Samsung’s fastest charging phone ever.

It won’t be much longer before we see the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Stay tuned to see how these leaked specs pan out in reality!



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