In early 2022, Samsung is slated to debut its flagship Galaxy S22 series. The Korean tech behemoth has yet to declare the official date of the unveiling, but a recent leak suggests a probable date.
Samsung will not formally introduce the Galaxy S22 Ultra until early February, according to popular source Ice Universe. On the same day, more models in the series will be revealed.
Galaxy S22 Ultra came too late. If it is released on February 8, at that time, at least five Snapdragon 8 GEN1 flagship phones have been listed. pic.twitter.com/u7ddu6kAKl
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 3, 2021
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be released on February 8th, along with five other flagship models powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU, according to Ice Universe.
A 108MP main camera, a 10MP periscope lens, a 10MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP ultrawide lens are claimed to be included in the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. The main 108MP camera sensor is a Samsung HM3 sensor that supports optical image stabilization, according to the manufacturer (OIS).