According to Twitter user @Universeice, the specs for Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra rear camera have been confirmed.
UniverseIce says Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will have four shots. The main camera will feature a 108-megapixel improved HM3 sensor with a 1/1.33-inch, 0.8μm pixel density, f/1.8 aperture and a field of view of 85 degrees. The wide Angle lens is 0.6 times the 12 megapixel SONY sensor with 1/2.55 inch sensor size, 1.4μm pixel density, f/2.2 aperture, and 120 degree field of view. The remaining two telephoto lenses are a 10 megapixel 10 x Zoom SONY sensor (1/3.52 inch, 1.12μm pixel density, F /4.9 aperture, 11 degree shooting range) and a 10 megapixel 3 x Zoom SONY sensor (1/3.52 sensor size, 1.12μm pixel density, F /2.4 aperture and 36 degree shooting range). The overall specs are not much different from the previous Galaxy S21 Ultra. After all, the sensor parameters of each lens are basically unchanged. We can only hope to optimize the software.
Galaxy S22 Ultra will feature an LTPO screen with 1-120Hz adaptive refresh rate adjustment, qualcomm Snapdragon 898 and Samsung’s Own Exynos 2200 flagship chip. The latter in graphics performance will also have AMD core technology support. Galaxy S22 Ultra will also feature a direct integration of the S Pen stylus from the Previous Note series. The release date and expected price are currently unknown.