Users who missed the Samsung Galaxy Note range are partially in luck with the launches that we see in this edition of UNPACKED. After the Samsung S22 and S22 Plus launch, the Korean company has shown us the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, a terminal with a distinctive design that puts this version on a different plane from the rest.
Among its specifications, we find the more than rumored Samsung Exynos 2200 and an SoC developed with AMD that should provide exceptional GPU performance, especially compared to the rest of the company’s chips. This SoC will be accompanied by 8 or 12GB of RAM and storage capacities of up to 1TB of internal storage, as well as an impressive 5000mAh battery and the S-Pen that we used to find in the Samsung Galaxy Note.
On the front of the terminal, the first thing we will see, and practically the only thing, will be a substantial 6.8-inch QHD + screen with a variable refresh rate between 1 and 120Hz, which also has a touch sampling rate of 240Hz and a brightness 1750nit max. Also, on the front, we will have a 40MP F/2.2 camera.
As for the rear cameras, the primary sensor will be a stabilized 108MP sensor with an aperture of F/1.8, accompanied by a wide-angle camera of 12MP F/2.2 and two telephoto lenses, both facing 10MP sensors, with an aperture of F/2.4 for the 3x lens and F/4.9 for the 10x lens, both optically stabilized.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will hit the market at a starting price of 1,439 dollars.