Samsung may have settled on a P-shaped camera bump for the Galaxy S22 Ultra, alleged photos and video of a dummy device indicate.
The South Korean company apparently considered earlier two designs, one of which with two strips of odd lengths. None of the designs were particularly striking, and CoverPigtou claims that Samsung has completed the P-shaped camera island.
Samsung reportedly also considered this design earlier
The device has a Note 20-inspired square design, which is another sign that Samsung may be trying to position the phone as a kind of successor, even if the phone does not adopt the Note mark.
The Dummy Galaxy S22 Ultra does not have an S Pen slot
It looks like the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a P-shaped camera bump
The dummy device does not have a dedicated slot for the S Pen, something that reports that the Galaxy S22 Ultra gets. This should not be a cause for concern for Note fans, or so it seems CoverPigtou. Outlet says the official unit will have a silo.
After apparently discontinuing the Note series, Samsung introduced stylus support for two of its other flagships, including the S21 Ultra, but they do not have a space for the digital pen, and the company sells specialized cases for these devices instead.
The speaker grille and USB Type-C port are no longer shown in the pictures.
As for the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s specifications, we hear that it comes with a 6.8-inch screen with really thin edges and a smaller hole. The camera bump will include four sensors (108MP head + 12MP ultra-wide + 12MP 3x telephoto + 12MP 10x periscope), laser autofocus system and LED flash unit.