Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra backplate confirms teardrop camera design?



We’ve seen several designs for what could be the new Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. These images suggest that the device will feature a more square design that resembles the Galaxy Note series. The renderings also indicate that the new device will also fit the S Pen in its body, meaning the Galaxy S22 Ultra may be the perfect smartphone for any fan waiting for a new iteration of the Note. The problem is that the leakers seem to have different ideas on the final design of the rear of the future device. Some suggest it will feature a new teardrop-shaped design; others suggest that the camera module will look like a P or an 11. However, the latest leak may come to clear things up once and for all.

A new suspected Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra leak has emerged. This leak shows us what appears to be the back plate of the future device. The image makes us believe that we could indeed have a waterdrop camera design on the back of the device, just like the one we’ve seen on the LG Velvet and other more affordable Samsung Galaxy devices. The image was spotted on Weibo, and it sounds compelling, but it’s still a rumor, so take it with salt.

Suppose you want to better understand the possible design of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra water drops. In this case, you can watch a video created in collaboration by LetsGoDigital and Technizo Concept. I like this new approach because this possible new design would help the new Galaxy S22 Ultra stand out, and to be honest I would have loved to see this camera design in the more affordable Galaxy S22 models. Yet again, the idea might be to make the Ultra model more attractive.

    Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

Anyway, we will have to wait to have official renderings or official information confirming this new design before giving it any credibility. And remember that the rumors also suggest that the launch of the device may take longer, as it could be announced during the next MWC 2022 due to the current shortage of components affecting the world of technology.

Source Weibo

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A former bilingual teacher who left the classrooms to join the Pocketnow team as editor and content creator for the Spanish public. An artist by nature who enjoys video games, guitars, figurines, cooking, painting, drawing and good music.


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