Recently, it is rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Phone will adopt a 200 Megapixel camera and cooperate with the camera brand Olympus to improve camera functions. However, a blogger leaked the news on July 6, said that Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will not follow up with a 200 Megapixel lens, and it will continue the third generation 108MP with 100 Megapixels. According to the renderings provided by the foreign media LETSGODIGITAL, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will follow the lens design of the previous generation Galaxy S21 series phones. The main lens will be set in the upper left corner of the back of the fuselage, and four sub-lens will be placed under the lens, totaling six front and rear. Shots. On the photosensitive element, Samsung equipped the Galaxy S21 Ultra with an HM3 sensor and adopted the Super PD Plus phase focusing function, adding microlens above the phase focusing point, thereby increasing the focusing speed by 50%.
From the current information, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to continue to use the HM3 sensor, with the new ISP and software algorithm tuning, and the first smartphone to cooperate with Olympus, its image strength is worth looking forward to.
It is worth noting that the reason why Samsung has made this effort on-camera performance this time is due to the growing competition in imaging capabilities in the smartphone market. For example, the iPhone 12 Pro, Google Pixel 5, and Oppo Find X3 Pro have set high standards for the imaging prowess of smartphones in the past 12 months; the cooperation between Huawei and Leica and the cooperation between OnePlus and Hasselblad have proven their success. In view of the impact of smartphone imaging power on overall strength, cooperation between smartphones and camera brands will become a major trend.
In terms of core configuration, according to previous reports, all Samsung Galaxy S22 series will be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 895 processor. This processor is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of this year. It is likely to use TSMC’s 4nm process technology, and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will also Will become one of the first products of this processor.
In addition, a leaker @Mauri QHD revealed on Twitter that the body design of the Samsung Galaxy S22 will be thinner than the Galaxy S21, which means that a smaller battery may be used, and whether the battery capacity will decrease remains to be determined.
Other features: Samsung Galaxy S22 series continues to support flagship functions such as IP68 waterproof, fast charging, wireless charging, facial recognition, and NFC, and will continue to support S Pen on the top-equipped version. Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to be officially launched in January.