- Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature a high refresh rate
- The device features a quad rear camera setup
- It will be powered by the next generation Snapdragon flagship processor
The South Korean electronics giant Samsung is working on its new flagship smartphone series called Samsung Galaxy S22 series and we are hearing about the devices on a regular basis nowadays. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is now surfaced online and reveals the complete designing language along with the important specification details. So without making any delay let’s dive into the article to check out the newly surfaced information about the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphone.
Going through the renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, we can see that the device is coming with sharp edges on all the sides. The device is looking similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. The source also claims that the upcoming smartphone features a 6.8 inch curved display and the same will feature and AMOLED panel along with a high refresh rate.
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Coming to the back side of the device, we can see that the company has done a complete change in the designing setup and the same features a quad rear camera setup with an LED flash.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra also features a USB-C port along with the speaker grill and a microphone at the bottom side. It is also having a secondary microphone along with the SIM card tray at the top side.
It is worth mentioning that the upcoming Samsung smartphones will also support S Pen and the device is believed to be powered by the next generation Snapdragon flagship processor that could be Snapdragon 895.
Let’s wait for the official announcement of the upcoming Samsung smartphone series and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.
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