No, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will not come with this massive piece of equipment; rumour killed by tipster
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra was rumoured to come with this massive piece of equipment, but the rumours have now been laid to rest.
Sometimes the hype surrounding a smartphone looks and feels better than the actual reality. This has actually happened to a Samsung handset. Reports in the recent past have hinted towards the top smartphone in the upcoming Galaxy S22 series, that is the Galaxy S22 Ultra, coming with a massive 200MP camera. Sadly, that is not actually going to happen, as a new report has rejected all the rumours. For those who may not be up to speed with things Samsung, the Galaxy S22 series smartphones are top-of-the-line handsets that feature the best of what the company has to offer.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra likely specs
According to a post by tipster 'Ice Universe' on Weibo (via GizChina), the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will come with a 108MP camera instead of a 200MP camera. The report also states that Samsung will retain its HM3 sensor, the one it used in Galaxy S21 series launched earlier this year, in the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone. But it will come with a new ISP and software tuning algorithm.
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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra cameras
In addition to this, the Korean tech giant is expected to collaborate with Olympus for cameras in its Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone. Huawei has been working with Leica for quite some time now and OnePlus has started working with Hasselblad for cameras in its OnePlus 9 series. Now, it looks like Samsung is planning to follow this trend by joining hands with Olympus.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra processor
In addition to this, the upcoming Galaxy S22 series is tipped to be powered by top of the line Qualcomm processor, that is, Snapdragon 895.
Galaxy S22 Ultra screen
The Galaxy S22 Ultra, on the other hand, is likely to retain its 6.8-inch screen size. Furthermore, reports also say that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will come with an OLED display that uses the company’s advanced LTPO technology.
While not much is known about Samsung’s next-generation flagship smartphones, reports hint towards the vanilla Galaxy S22 smartphone coming with either a 6.06 or a 6.1-inch display. The Galaxy S22+, on the other hand, is likely to get either a 6.5 or a 6.6-inch display. These sizes are smaller than the existing Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ smartphones.