Image leak design of Galaxy S22 Ultra and S Pen slot
The best phones to buy for Android enthusiasts and especially those who like everything are the “ultra” versions of the Samsung Galaxy S phones. New photos of the Galaxy S22 Ultra have been released, which include the S Pen slot.
Over the years, it has been rumored that Samsung will integrate the Galaxy Note series into the Galaxy S series, and will bring S Pen support to many of its flagship devices. Earlier this year, the Galaxy S21 introduced support for the Ultra S Pen. However, since there is no built-in “eraser” like in the Galaxy Note series, you had to go your own way to save the stylus.
Last month, Processing from OnLeaks Show that next year the Galaxy S22 Ultra will continue where Samsung left off its previous flagship, introducing the boxy frame that gives more space to the new S Pen Silo. Based on the actual look pictures I uploaded, these mods seem to be recognized Technology front page Certified by Samsung for leakage Max Weinbach.
The images appear to have come from a Samsung internal device, which is explicitly labeled “confidential” and “do not leak”, instructions that the photographer, thankfully, chose to ignore. As with the Galaxy Note series, disabling the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s S Pen card while on the lock screen enables the ability to take quick notes by typing “off-screen”.
The curved edges of the device give it a tablet-shaped appearance when viewed from a top-down angle. At the same angle, it is clear that the Galaxy S22 Ultra looks much thicker, and you need to store the S Pen large enough to comfortably hold it in your hands.
On the back we see what the Galaxy S21 Ultra looks like based on the same camera sensors / lens arrangement. Instead of placing the cameras in an elevated “unit” above the back of the phone, each sensor will be within its inflation, similar to LG’s Velvet Disposable Design.
With the Galaxy S22 Ultra yet to be launched in a few months, we have spent a lot of time making changes to the design for Samsung. If these images are legitimate, they may show the final design of the phone, perhaps without one of the official colors it sells for.
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