Monday, April 15, 2024

Samsung Plans to Replace Galaxy Note 22 with Galaxy S22 Ultra: Report

According to the Report South Korean Company Samsung plans to replace Galaxy Note 22 with Galaxy S22 Ultra Pro with same design and size. Samsung, the South Korean technology giant, is preparing to debut its Galaxy S-series flagship range, and according to a recent source, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be designed in the same manner as the Galaxy Note.

According to GSMArena, the successor will include a built-in S Pen, similar to the S Pens seen in all of the Galaxy Notes that have been released thus far. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is apparently believed to include a 1TB internal storage capacity as well.

It’s expected that the 1TB internal storage variant will come with 16GB of RAM as standard equipment. The device will also be available with 12GB of RAM and three different internal storage options: 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.

S22 Ultra

For Samsung’s smartphones, this isn’t the first time the company has offered a model with 1TB of storage. According to the claim, the business offered the Galaxy S10 Plus with 1TB of internal storage as well as a microSD card slot a couple of years ago, in 2019, according to the article. Aside from that, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will be more effective at video stabilisation.

When compared to the S21 Ultra, the AI-assisted Wide Shift OIS function will assist in attaining superior video stabilisation, effectively decreasing camera shaking by four times as much.

The S21 Ultra was already the market leader in terms of optical imaging speed, therefore its successor is expected to set new benchmarks.

In addition, the forthcoming flagship smartphone is likely to include a new “AI photo quality improvement mode” that would improve the quality of the 108MP images.

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