Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s tiny screen bezels confirmed: first photos of protective glass published

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The authoritative insider Ice Universe has published the first photos of the protective glass of the flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, which is due to be presented early next year.

The photos show that the phone will have very narrow bezels at the top and bottom. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to feature a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with curved edges. The front camera will be 40 megapixel. In addition to the 108MP main camera, there will be an ultra wide-angle 12MP camera and two 12MP telephoto cameras with 3x and 10x optical zoom. The ultra-wide-angle camera will be equipped with optical image stabilization for the first time.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s tiny screen bezels confirmed: first photos of protective glass published

The smartphone should have a compartment for storing the S Pen stylus, which can be inserted into the smartphone through the lower left corner, just like in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. While the current S21 Ultra is also S Pen compatible, the smartphone doesn’t have room for a stylus, so you’ll need to buy a matching case for it. To add room for the stylus, Samsung will have to reshape the case and move away from the rounded corners that are so characteristic of the Galaxy S series, so the new model will have a lot more similarities with the more rectangular Note line.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra's tiny screen bezels confirmed: first photos of protective glass published
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra's tiny screen bezels confirmed: first photos of protective glass published

Ice Universe has provided accurate information on Samsung smartphones and image sensors many times, including the recent announcements of new 50MP and 200MP sensors. He was also the first to show accurate images of smartphones with waterfall screens.

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