A render of the future flagship from Samsung, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, has appeared on the Internet. Based on the most relevant leaks, the drawings were compiled by graphic designer Technizo Concept, and published by Let’s Go Digital.
The images show a device that at first glance looks very similar to the current model – Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. At the front, it has the same round cutout for the front camera, the same minimalistic display bezels, and the screen itself has the same aspect ratio. However, the most important thing is hidden behind.
Here you can fully appreciate the main camera module. According to the leaks, there will be four of them, but no one knows the detailed characteristics so far. The most fascinating thing is the really huge lens of the main camera, which has already been nicknamed “Cyclops” on the network. It stands out very much against the background of the other three, and, according to rumors, will receive a Samsung ISOCell 200MP matrix – earlier in its Twitter account the company announced that the Exynos 2100 chip supports such matrices. In addition to lenses, the designer placed a laser autofocus module and an LED flash in the camera unit.
By the way, insiders claim that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be equipped with image stabilization using the “matrix shift” method – earlier we told what is so special about this technology. According to the leaks, Apple will integrate matrix shift into the entire iPhone 13 lineup, which will be unveiled in September 2021.
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