Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra leak reveals an improved 108MP mode & reduced display curvature

Another leak regarding the Galaxy S22 Ultra has just surfaced online. This time, the leak has revealed details regarding the display on the top end model along with info related to its primary camera sensor.

The latest leak was shared by known tipster IceUniverse on Twitter who claimed that he had 100 percent confirmation that the South Korean tech giant will bring improvements on the 108 megapixel camera mode on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. For those unaware, the flagship model is expected to feature a 108 megapixel camera, which could possibly be either of the new ISOCELL HM4 or ISOCELL HM5 sensors. While the company hasn’t officially revealed either sensor yet, the previous gen ISOCELL HM3 is already a year old.

In a separate tweet, the tipster also revealed details regarding the Ultra model’s display. Apparently, the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s screen will be about as curved as the Galaxy Note 10+. In other words, its display is even flatter than the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. But this still implies that the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s screen will be more curved than the last generation’s Galaxy S21 Ultra. Unfortunately, that is all the information shared by the tipster. The Galaxy S22 series is expected to feature the upcoming Exynos 2200 SoC that features the RDNA 2 graphics and will launch sometime in early 2022.




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