Today we are showing you the image of the rear side of the upcoming Samsung S22 Ultra. It can be seen that it has 5 camera holes. It looks like cheap CNC’d aluminum.
Concept designers have generated 3D renders of Samsung’s rumored Galaxy S22 Ultra in recent days, which have been posted by the Netherlands-based blog LetsGoDigital.
These images aren’t based on factory schematics, but rather on rumors regarding the impending handset. Furthermore, the concept designers developed two separate housings for all of the cameras on the device’s back. While intriguing, this contradicts previous CAD-based renderings of the S22 Ultra provided by OnLeaks, which showed a P-shaped rear-facing camera. This P-shaped rear-facing camera configuration is also reflected in Concept Creator’s most recent render.
According to previous rumors, the phone will reportedly include a next-generation Snapdragon CPU, a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a 5,000mAh battery, up to 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage, and other features.
The leak world is currently divided on whether Samsung will debut a camera arrangement with two islands or a P-shape housing, and we won’t know for sure until the tech giant formally unveils the S22 series in the first quarter of next year.