After the various renderings that have given us a rather precise idea of what Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, Galaxy S22 Ultra, will be like, now the leaks are focused on its hardware, which at least from the point of view of the photographic module, should not be certainly a revolution. The leak comes from the “usual” Ice Universe, a leaker who often offers reliable information about the world of the South Korean giant, who anticipated that this year again Samsung will adopt 4 cameras for its flagship smartphone.
In detail, therefore, the phone should include a 108 MP main sensor, a 12 MP sensor for wide-angle shots and two 10 MP, one dedicated to the 3X zoom and the other to the 10X zoom as it is equipped with periscope lenses. The main sensor will probably not be exactly the same as on the Galaxy S21 Ultra, rather a refined version of it as it will have an aperture of f/1.8, 1/1.33 focal length and 0.8 μm pixels. The two 10 MP modules will use new Sony sensors even if they will have characteristics rather similar to those of last year.
If anyone was hoping that the wide-angle camera on the new Galaxy S22 Ultra would improve, they will sadly be disappointed, as according to the leak it should be exactly the same as the Galaxy S21 Ultra. If the Ultra version is not expected to see major improvements, these should instead arrive for the basic and Plus versions, which should receive the main 50MP GN5 sensor. The new Galaxy S22 series is expected to be unveiled early next year, with a Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled for February 6.