If it is indeed a next-generation Gorilla Glass Victus, it would basically mean the phones’ glass will be even more durable and protective. We doubt this would mean you can just walk around, leave your case at home, drop your new Galaxy S22 Ultra here and there and expect it to look the same when you get home… jokes aside, nothing is official at this point, not even the launch date of the three phones (which is reported to be at the beginning of next month).
As we all know by now, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to come with a dedicated S Pen slot. The phone should boast a 6.8-inch display with the now-standard 120Hz refresh rate. On the back, the S22 Ultra is expected to come with a quad-camera system sporting a 108MP main sensor. It will reportedly be an improved ISOCELL HM3 sensor. Complementing the main sensor will be a 12MP ultra-wide cam, a 10MP 10x periscope zoom module, and a 10MP 3x telephoto lens.
There have been a lot of leaks recently concerning Samsung’s new Galaxy S22 series, and reputable leaker is responsible for a lot of the information we know so far on the three premium phones. We reported last month on a leak that said all three models would have glass backs this time. The leaker now has something to say. The backs of all three Galaxy S22 versions will reportedly be made of ‘Gorilla Glass Victus +.’ Corning has just announced the Gorilla Glass Victus, which adds greater hardness and durability to the Galaxy S21 Ultra (as many of you know, the Galaxy S21 and S21+ didn’t have glass backs last year, instead opting for “glasstic”). So far, we have no idea what the “+” in the “+” in the “+” in the “+” in the “+” in
So far, almost everything about the upcoming phones has been leaked by tipsters and leakers, and the picture is getting more and more detailed even before Samsung has anything to say about the upcoming Galaxy S22 Unpacked event. Let’s recap what we know so far: the Galaxy S22 series will come powered by the mighty Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor (and probably in most markets this time, according to the latest reports), the three phones are shaping to be a bit more expensive than their predecessors, and of course, all three will come with top-notch camera specs. In terms of prices, leaks have detailed you will most likely have to pay some $100 more for each model (in comparison to their predecessors, the Galaxy S21 lineup). Here are the expected prices of the S22 line so far: