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Sources say the Samsung S22 Ultra will likely be called the Note 22 Ultra S22+ into the S22 Pro

via:IT之家     time:2021/9/29 6:10:23     readed:89

Rumors of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra replacing the Note series have been circulating for the past few weeks, according to MS Spoweruser. Now source @Chunvn8888 claims that the Galaxy S22 Ultra may officially be called the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra due to Samsung's new naming scheme.

Samsung is considering a new naming scheme for the upcoming Galaxy S22 series, the source said. With the implementation of the new scheme, the Galaxy S22+ becomes the S22 Pro and the S22 Ultra becomes the Note 22 Ultra. Although Samsung has not decided on a new naming scheme, it is still in the discussion stage, but the person expects the company to adopt a new naming system.

Previous leaks have revealed that the Samsung S22 Ultra will support the S Pen and will also have a dedicated Pen slot, IT Home has learned. In addition, the S Pen will be bundled with the Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone. In other words, Samsung's S22 Ultra will be a lot like the Note series, and some experts believe the goal behind the move is to move away from a dual-phone strategy and focus more on foldable devices. So even if Samsung sticks to the old naming scheme, the company is likely to market the S22 Ultra as a replacement for the Note series.

It has also been revealed that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series will be powered by Exynos 2200 chips with AMD Mobile Radeon Gpus and RDNA2 graphics. It's also rumored to have three rear cameras: a 50MP main camera, an ultra-wide Angle camera, and a 3x optical zoom camera. The Ultra version is expected to offer a 108MP main camera. Other features include a 120Hz display, stereo speakers, quick charging, wireless charging, and water resistance.

Meanwhile, the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra will support 45W charging speed, which is expected to be significantly better than the 25W used in the Galaxy S21. But the 45W charger is certainly not the fastest charger on the market, as some smartphones already use up to 120W for quick charging.

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