Prepare your money for the giant Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: the butcher has arrived

Prepare your money for the giant Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: the butcher has arrived
Prepare your money for the giant Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: the butcher has arrived

The South Korean company, Samsung, is working on launching its giant Galaxy S22 Ultra phone, which will be released at the beginning of next year 2022, as the phone is likely to be a strong competitor to the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which is the best phone in the world currently.

According to Tom’s Guide, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will change the traditional look of Android phones, as some analysts consider it to be the integrated phone for next year, after Samsung confirmed its release with support for the S Pen smart stylus.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra will come with a 6.81-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen, with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz per second, protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection layer, with a fingerprint sensor under the screen.

The quality of the screens of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be WQHD + with 8K video and photo shooting, rates that are not currently found in smartphones.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra 5 will offer 200-megapixel primary rear cameras, in addition to the significant improvements that the camera will see in accuracy, clarity, color, zoom, and image details, as it will be the first phone in the category of leading Android phones to come with 5 cameras with a 200-megapixel camera.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra will contain a 5000 mAh battery that supports 45W fast charging, as the charging rate is the largest of its kind that Samsung phones get.

Galaxy S22 Ultra likely price

The leaks did not reveal the price of the Galaxy S22 Ultra until now, but according to the site, it may be released at a price starting from 1200 US dollars, equivalent to about 19,000 Egyptian pounds.

 
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