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Galaxy S22 Ultra Display To Be Less Curved Than Note 20 Ultra's

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The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra display will be less curved than the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s, it seems. This information comes from Ice Universe, a well-known tipster.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra display will probably be less curved than you think

He said that the Galaxy S22 Ultra display curvature will be closer to the Galaxy Note 10+ than the Note 20 Ultra. In fact, it may offer a display that is even less curved than the Galaxy Note 10+’s, but only slightly.

That’s not all that he said, though. The tipster also talked about the cameras, briefly. He said that Samsung will enhance details of a 108MP mode in the Galaxy S22 Ultra. He said he’s 100-percent sure about that.

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That is to be expected, as with every new iteration of a phone, but it’s nice to know with certainty that Samsung is working on it. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to deliver camera improvements across the board, of course.

A lot is riding on that smartphone for Samsung. Not only will it be the Galaxy S series flagship, but the Note series flagship as well, kind of. Samsung didn’t launch a Note-branded flagship this year, at all. Instead, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will become one, in a way.

The device will ship with the S Pen and a dock for it

The Galaxy S22 Ultra will not only support the S Pen, but will ship with one. It will feature a dock where you can place the S Pen, similar to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. So, this phone is supposed to attract not only Galaxy S flagship buyers, but the Note flagship buyers as well.

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The device did leak quite a few times thus far. The latest info claims Samsung will use an LG-inspired camera design on the back. The device will have a waterdrop layout, unlike the Galaxy S22 and S22+. Those two phones will offer a design similar to their predecessors.

Samsung is, once again, expected to use both Exynos and Snapdragon processors for its Galaxy S series flagships. The difference is, though, this time around, the Exynos flagship SoC will include an AMD GPU.

All three Galaxy S22 series smartphones are expected to arrive in either January or February next year.

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