Galaxy S22 Ultra can use the same cameras as its predecessor

The probable Galaxy S22 Ultra may not bring many changes to its cameras’ hardware compared to the previous model currently available on the market. According to this rumor, aired by the Dutch website GalaxyClub, Samsung should use the same sensors present in the most influential representative of the Galaxy S line.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra was launched this year with a sensor capable of recording photos at up to 108 megapixels, sharing space with two others for 10-megapixel images, and the last one that shoots at 12 megapixels. These numbers aren’t too far off from the previous generation, with Samsung focusing its work on software, lenses, and other attributes to ensure impressive results – and they are.

The Korean brand’s next top-of-the-line model, which we can call the Galaxy S22 Ultra, should be announced in early 2022; the story could continue right down this path. According to more recent rumors, Samsung will go with 108 megapixels to combine the dots and create smaller, brighter photos, a 10-megapixel duo with 10 and 3 times zoom lenses, along with an ultrawide 12 mp camera.

How the other Galaxy S22 should be

In addition to Samsung’s most complete (and expensive) model, the Asian brand should follow its recent track record by launching different versions of the same phone. The hottest rumors about the other variants promise 120 Hz screens on all three devices: Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra.

The simplest model, just called Galaxy S22, should be as small as the Galaxy S10e from 2019. If confirmed, this rumor makes me miss the miniature versions of high-end devices that do not give up on the powerful performance of more models. Expensive, as in the Compact line of the Sony Xperia.

In processors, the next Galaxy S22 smartphones are expected to be announced only next year; they will likely receive the next Snapdragon 898 that will be unveiled by Qualcomm in December this year. In some markets, Samsung may adopt its chip, probably the Exynos 2200, which should be the Brazilian market scenario.