Over the past few weeks, there has been constant news that Samsung's Galaxy S22 Ultra will replace the Galaxy Note family.Today's whistleblower Chunvn8888 revealed that the Galaxy S22 Ultra may be officially known as the Galaxy Note22 Ultra, based on the company's new naming rules.
Samsung is considering a new naming scheme for the upcoming S22 series, according to the source. With the implementation of the new scheme, the Galaxy S22 Plus becomes the S22 Pro and the S22 Ultra becomes the Note22 Ultra. While Samsung has yet to decide on a new naming scheme because it is still under discussion, channel source Chunvn8888 expects the company to adopt a new naming system.
Previous rumors have suggested that the S22 Ultra will support S Pen and will also have a dedicated pen slot. In addition, S Pen will be bundled with galaxy S22 Ultra smartphones. In other words, the S22 Ultra will resemble the Note series, which some experts believe is behind the move to move away from a dual-phone strategy and focus more on collapsible devices. So even if Samsung sticks to the old naming scheme, the company may be able to promote the S22 Ultra as a replacement for the Note series.
If the rumors are true, the upcoming Galaxy S22 series will feature exynos 2200 chipsets with AMD Mobile Radeon GPUs and RDNA2 graphics. Rumor has also been circulating that it will have three camera settings -- a 50-megapixel main camera, an ultra-wide-angle camera, and a telephoto camera with three times the optical zoom. Ultra is expected to provide a 108-megapixel primary camera. Other features include a 120Hz display, stereo speakers, fast charging, wireless charging, and water resistance.