Everything we know about Samsung’s flagship phone, the Galaxy S22 Ultra

Everything we know about Samsung's flagship phone, the Galaxy S22 Ultra

Here’s everything we’re expecting to see from the Galaxy S22 Ultra based on rumors and leaks. In addition to the features mentioned below, we’re also expecting the S22 Ultra to support both versions of 5G, just like its predecessor. For a broader overview of what we might see from the entire Galaxy lineup, check out our Galaxy S22 rumor roundup.

Here are all the leaks and rumours about Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra, from the release date to a probable built-in stylus. Although Samsung hasn’t released a new Galaxy Note since 2020, lovers of the device shouldn’t give up hope. According to rumours, the Galaxy Note’s big-screen, stylus-included concept will return in 2022, this time as the Galaxy S22 Ultra. We’ll have to wait until Samsung unveils its Galaxy S22 lineup to find out what the new Ultra phone has to offer, but with an Unpacked event slated for Feb. 9, we shouldn’t have to wait long.

A Note-like design with a giant screen and built-in stylus. Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra may get a new design with boxy edges that more closely resembles its Note series. That’s according to a variety of leaks, including images from Indian tech site Digit and well-known leaker Steven Hemmerstoffer, better known by his Twitter alias @OnLeaks. A similar design is visible in a reportedly leaked promotional poster for the new phone published by LetsGoDigital and photos from tech blog 91Mobiles.

But perhaps the biggest characteristic the Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to inherit from the Note is an included stylus. The images from Digit show a slot for Samsung’s S Pen stylus, and the renderings published by LetsGoDigital and 91Mobiles also feature the stylus pictured alongside the phone.

If you need more evidence suggesting the S22 Ultra will come with an S Pen and a new Note-like design, check out these videos from Hemmerstoffer and the YouTube channel Unbox Therapy, both of which claim to show dummy units of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 lineup. (The Unbox Therapy video was delisted and reuploaded to a different channel.)

The Galaxy S21 Ultra was the first Galaxy S phone to support the S Pen, but there’s no place to store the stylus and you need to buy it separately. Based on the leaks, it sounds like Samsung might change that by including the S Pen in the box this year and adding a storage slot to the phone itself.

Following in the footsteps of the S21 Ultra and S20 Ultra, the S22 Ultra is expected to be the biggest phone in Samsung’s new lineup. The Galaxy S22 Ultra could have a 6.8-inch screen with a dynamic AMOLED panel, according to a leak from deals site MySmartPrice and leaker Ishan Agarwal. That would make it roughly the same size as the current Galaxy S21 Ultra. Like its predecessor, it’s also supposed to have the ability to crank the screen’s refresh rate up to 120Hz.

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