Fresh Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Renders Shows Major Camera Redesign

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra new render
New Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Render

Samsung’s next flagship series is expected to go official in early next year. Ahead of the launch, we get to know about the product, thanks to leaks and renders. Last month, @OnLeaks came up with Galaxy S22 Ultra CAD renders, showing how Samsung’s next flagship phone might look.

Now, LetsGoDigital, in collaboration with Technizo Concept, has posted an updated set of Galaxy S22 Ultra renders. The fresh renders show two vertical camera islands on the back, while the renders by @Onleaks have a P-shaped camera module.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra new render in all colours

The fresh set of renders suggests that the camera module’s location will remain the same, but the sensors will be divided into two camera islands. The idea of having two camera islands was previously suggested by leaker Ice Universe. He also believes that Samsung might bring a Burgundy Red color option for the Galaxy S22 Ultra. 

LetsGoDigital has collaborated all these details in the new renders. According to the publication, all four cameras will support Optical Image Stabilizations (OIS).

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra render in Black colour

Samsung is expected to retain the 108MP primary sensor and 10MP ultrawide sensor from the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Still, the two telephoto lenses are likely 12MP sensors, one with 3x optical zoom and the other with 10x optical zoom support. 

There has been so much talk about the boxy design of Galaxy S22 Ultra (as shown in renders), which resembles the Galaxy Note series. The renders also have a cutout for the S-Pen at the bottom side.

Also Read: Samsung Announces Galaxy Unpacked Part 2

Samsung might follow the same launch timeline for Galaxy S22 Ultra as it had with the S21 series. So, we can expect Galaxy S22 series to launch in late January or February 2021.

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