- Leaked renders from a reliable source show us what looks to be the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
- The phone looks remarkably like a Note, complete with an S Pen slot.
- We will likely see the other Galaxy S22 phones over the coming days.
Speaking of which, today we have our very first reliable look at the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. These renders come from reliable leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka @OnLeaks) through his partners at Digit.in, so we are certain these are trustworthy. Barring minor details, this should be what the Galaxy S22 Ultra looks like.
Check out the renders for yourself below or check out the 360-degree video mirrored above.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra renders
As you can quickly tell, the Galaxy S22 Ultra appears to be more like a Note phone than ever. The Galaxy S21 Ultra introduced S Pen support to the Galaxy S line for the first time, but it looks like next year’s phone will actually have a slot to store an S Pen. This makes the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra a de facto Note 22 Ultra, at least aesthetically.
Elsewhere, we can see a similar camera setup as we saw on the Galaxy S21 Ultra, albeit in a much different-looking module. We can’t really tell camera specs from renders such as these, but it’s safe to assume they will meet or exceed the formidable array from last year.
As expected, the renders show a phone without a 3.5mm headphone jack. Anyone hoping for Samsung to bring it back in 2022 will need to face the music, as it were.
The display of the phone is allegedly 6.8in and obviously quite curvy on the sides. The alleged dimensions are 163.2 x 77.9 x 8.9mm with a thickness of just 10.5mm at the camera bump.
Stay tuned as more Galaxy S22 leaks are bound to be on the way!