As Samsung is inching closer to the official launch of its much
Anticipated Galaxy S22, the number of online leaks regarding its
different variants is snowballing. Now, in a piece of related news, the
Samsung Galaxy S22 ultra dummy unit appears online, further increasing
the anticipation of Samsung fans and potential buyers. The dummy unit
shows a phone that looks like Samsung Galaxy Note 20 successor. It has a
curved display, a P-shaped rear camera module, volume and power buttons
on the right side, and an S-pen slot as well. Samsung is all set to
unveil the Galaxy S22 lineup in early 2022.
The latest online leaks are the courtesy of the tipster xleaks7 and
Italian outlet CoverPigtou. The design of the dummy unit reminds us of
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with all those curved sides and an overall boxy
look. The dummy unit depicts the phone's left side uninterrupted, devoid
of any ports or buttons, and all the buttons placed on the right.
However, the camera cutouts are not present on the mock shell but it is
safe to assume that the upcoming smartphone will feature at least four
cameras with bigger sensors on the back.
The clamshell unit is more or less similar to the leaked renders of the
phone. We've also seen unauthorized case renders from a trustable source
that shows the Galaxy S22 Ultra with the same design, lending credence
to the leak. However, the biggest surprise is that the Galaxy S22 Ultra
will indeed have an integrated slot to house the S Pen. Since the Galaxy
Note 21 never saw the light of the day, it is now reasonable to believe
that Samsung has merged the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S-series. Now the
Galaxy S22 Ultra variant will sport all the Galaxy Note features,
including an S-Pen.