Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra To Feature Built-in S Pen Stylus?

Samsung Exynos 2022

Samsung typically releases two flagship smartphone lineups each year: the Galaxy S-series during the first half of the year and the Galaxy Note series during the second. This time, the company announced that it would not be releasing a Note-series device.
One of the Galaxy Note series’ key differentiators has been S Pen support, but that is no longer the case as the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra also supports S Pen. And now, information about its successor has leaked online, revealing some intriguing details.

According to Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note series is dead and buried. And the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra might very well take its place. Moreover, the phone would resemble the Galaxy Note20 U and include a built-in S Pen.

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As per the rumor, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra would include a 19.3:9 aspect ratio display. On top of that, it will also include a 5,000mAh battery and 65W quick charging technology compatibility. Plus, the phone would feature a 6.81-inch LTPO QHD+ screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 CPU, released later this year. However, in other regions, the phone will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 2200 chipset with AMD mRDNA GPU.

According to the leak, the phone will have a 108-megapixel primary camera and a 12-megapixel ultrawide lens. It will also include two 10-megapixel telephoto lenses. One of which will be a periscope lens with a 10x optical zoom.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 range is set to ship in a few months, and we should learn more about the phones in the following weeks and months.

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