A dummy unit of the Galaxy S22 Ultra revealed by Italian outlet CoverPigtou and tipster @xleaks7 shows the P-shaped rear camera module that we’ve seen in previous leaks, as well as the flat design for the top and bottom of the phone.
It has a distinct Galaxy Note look to it, as we noted previously when we saw some unofficial renders of the same device. Remember that the Galaxy Note 21 was never released, and the S22 Ultra is widely expected to replace the Note in 2022.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra will, according to the same source who revealed this dummy unit, have an integrated slot for the S Pen. The stylus was supported by the Galaxy S21 Ultra, but it required a special case to carry it with the phone.
The existing S22 Ultra specifications include a 6.8″ 1440p display, Snapdragon 898/Exynos 2200 engine, 108MP main camera, and 5000mAh battery.
With the Apple iPhone 13 now available and the Google Pixel 6 on the horizon, all eyes will be on Samsung for the release of the Galaxy S22 series of phones – and a fresh leak provides additional proof of the Ultra model’s upcoming makeover.
As has been noted before when we saw some unofficial renders of this same device, it has a distinct Galaxy Note look about it. Remember that the Galaxy Note 21 never saw the light of day, and the S22 Ultra is now widely expected to be the Note replacement for 2022.
There’s nothing new here: the volume and power buttons are on the right-hand edge of the handset as you look at it, as you’d expect, with the left-hand side devoid of any buttons or ports.
We’ve also seen unofficial case renders from a reliable source that show the Galaxy S22 Ultra sporting the same design as the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus, lending credence to the notion that this model will be significantly different from the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus.