After your potential appearance is “analyzed” in a file Video with unit test The Galaxy S22 Ultra returns to the spotlight with the reveal of the supposed technical specifications of its cameras. One of the most anticipated features by fans of the line, the sensor array has received special attention from Samsung and it shouldn’t disappoint you, if the new leak is true.
Information indicates that the new top of the Samsung line, which saves the appearance of the “closed” Galaxy Note family, will have 108MP main sensor Equipped with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) technology and an unprecedented technology called “Super Clear Lens”, which is supposed to prevent light-gathering failure in still photos and videos at night. In addition, rumors point to a 12MP Ultrawide sensor, 10MP Telephoto (3X) and 10MP (10x) Periscope sensor.
In addition, the new leak also reinforces past rumors About the main specifications of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, such as the Exynos 2200 processor – at least in the “international” variant – up to 12 GB of RAM, 512 GB of storage and 5000 mAh.
Supposed technical specifications of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. (Source: Zaryab Khan via The Verge/Reproduction)source: Zaryab Khan via The Verge
No charger in the box…again?
In honor of the controversial “fashion” that Apple started in 2020, it seems that Samsung will not ship either Suitable charger in the box From its high-end main end. This theory is echoed by another leak, posted on Twitter by insider Roland Quandt, which reveals the case of a 45W wall adapter with USB-C port.
Very realistically, the leaked image suggests that the Galaxy S22 Ultra shouldn’t receive a charger in its box, but its charging capacity has improved to 45W, compared to its predecessor. With the date of the supposed official announcement approaching, it remains to wait for Samsung’s position on this issue.
Samsung new 45W charger. (Source: Roland Quandt via The Verge/Reproduction)source: Roland Quandt via The Verge
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