Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S22 shortly. Now an insider has leaked a data sheet that should show the technical data and colors of the S22 Ultra.
A photo leak reveals something new about the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
- The Samsung Galaxy S22 will be presented shortly.
- A leak should already reveal details about the S22 Ultra.
- The system properties and color versions of the model are included.
Rumors have been around the Samsung Galaxy S22 for several weeks. The new flagship model from Samsung should be presented in a few weeks. A photo has now appeared on Twitter that should reveal the technical data of the Ultra model.
System properties and color versions
According to the picture, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be similar to its predecessor in several ways. It will also have a 6.8-inch display and be equipped with a generous 5,000 mAh battery. As was to be expected, the new model is to be equipped with a new processor, here the Exynos 2200. What is surprising, however, is the memory configuration. Where the S21 Ultra still had a choice between 12 and 16 gigabytes, according to the leak, only 8 and 12 gigabytes should be selectable. A step backward in performance that would actually not be typical for a premium model.
The system properties of the S22 Ultra in detail
- Display: 6.8 inches (QHD + -Dynamic AMOLED 2X)
- Camera: Quad camera (108 + 12 + 10 + 10 megapixels)
- Front camera: 40 megapixels
- Chipset: Exynos 2200
- RAM: 8 or 12 gigabytes
- Device memory: 128, 256 or 512
- Battery: 5,000 mAh
According to Leak, there will be color versions in addition to the well-known “Phantom Black” and “Phantom White” as well as a version in green and burgundy. In addition, an S-Pen seems to be included in the scope of delivery.
Standard version of the S22 only in section
In the picture, the S22 should also be visible under the project name R0 / G0 – unfortunately only in the section. From this, we only learn that the standard version of the S22 could be equipped with a 6.1-inch FHD + Dynamic AMOLED 2X display. It remains to be seen whether the data from the leak will prove to be authentic. Unfortunately, Khan fails to make a statement on Twitter about where the information came from.
However, he is not a stranger. The videos on his YouTube channel XeeTechCare are followed by over 1.6 million subscribers. In the past, information was shared there that was later proven to be true. Nevertheless, we would advise you to be very careful about the details for the time being. There will only be secured with an official presentation by Samsung.
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