Today, like no other, is rich in leaks about the future flagships of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. This time we will talk about the older version of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which was thought by graphic designer Jermaine Smith, also known as Concept Creator. So thoughtful that I created conceptual renders of the device.
Jermaine was guided by the motto “Back to the main.” In other words, this is a call to return to smartphones everything they need for comfortable use, including a slot for a microSD memory card, a 3.5 mm jack for wired headphones and a charger in the kit. A few years ago, these features were still considered standard, but in our time, unfortunately, they have become a rarity, especially in the segment of flagship gadgets.
Otherwise, the renders show a smartphone with a rather interesting design of the back panel: it is not the main camera block that sticks out, but the entire upper part, visually dividing the cover into two halves. On the front panel there are no cutouts for the front camera – according to the designer’s idea, it is sub-screen here.
But so far these are only conceptual renders, and the likelihood that the smartphone will in reality be just like that is very small.
Recall that the Galaxy S22 Ultra is credited with a large 6.81-inch LTPO screen with adaptive refresh rate up to 120 Hz and QHD + resolution, support for a stylus, a 5000 mAh battery and a 108 MP main camera with three additional 12 MP sensors – a telephoto with 3- optical zoom, 10x optical zoom periscope and ultra-wide lens.