Bad news came for Samsung’s new flagship model Galaxy S22 Ultra. The phone may not have a 200 Megapixel camera.
Samsung will appear in the first lights of 2022 with its flagship family Galaxy S22. While the event was only months away, rumors about the S22 series began to come. As you know, it was said that the Galaxy S22 Ultra would have a 200 Megapixel camera sensor. However, these rumors were denied by the famous leak giant IceUniverse.
Galaxy S22 Ultra will come with 108 Megapixel sensor
According to IceUniverse, the Ultra model will again have a 108 Megapixel sensor. Samsung, which will use the same Samsung ISOCELL HM3 sensor in the S21 Ultra in the new model, seems to disappoint those who raise their expectations about the camera.
However, the S22 Ultra will offer higher quality photos and videos. Thanks to the Exynos 2200 chipset, the phones will have more advanced photo processing algorithms. In this way, the photos will be processed faster and with higher quality. On the lens issue, Samsung is expected to make an agreement with the photography giant Olympus. In this way, the disadvantage of the sensor can be turned into an advantage. So it’s a little early to talk about the camera before the phone even comes out.
Samsung is expected to offer a console-like gaming experience with its new models in performance. Samsung, which is said to have agreed with AMD, will experience a jump in the graphics unit on Exynos chipsets. In addition, the new chipset, which will be produced with the 4nm process process, will be better than its predecessor in terms of efficiency.
You know that the South Korean company has long lost the leadership in DxOMark to Chinese companies. That’s why Samsung has to go to a new era in terms of camera with the new series. Let’s hope Olympus gets a deal as said and the lenses of the new monsters will perform like a DSLR camera.