In a recent statement, Samsung stated that the Galaxy S22 series is set to be released, with an Unpacked event slated for February 9th.
The Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra are all expected to be unveiled at the event. With the latest leak coming from Amazon Australia, there hasn’t been a scarcity of information on these models.
The upcoming Samsung phone looks to have been marketed as part of a package with the Amazon Echo Show 8, according to the online shop. The Samsung Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra variants are all included in the listing, with storage capacities ranging from 128, 256, and 512GB – but the S22 Ultra is the only model to provide the highest storage capacity of the three.
There appears to be a broad range of color possibilities available as well – blush, burgundy, green, black, and white for each model, to name a few.
Furthermore, the listing includes images of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra models equipped with the S Pen, lending credence to the notion that the S22 Ultra will replace the Galaxy Note and will include a stylus for the first time, with a reference to S Pen support also included in the product details. The listed specifications for the devices don’t offer much in terms of specifics – however there is mention of a pro-grade camera, with the confirmation that both the front and rear cameras will be capable of taking night portrait photographs.
Additionally, there’s something known as Nightography, which suggests that the bigger pixels on the sensor, together with the auto framerate, may aid you when shooting video in low light.
There’s also mention of a 58 percent wider optical image stabilization correction angle, which should help you shoot more stable video – as well as confirmation of the S22 Ultra’s 108-megapixel main camera.
The Gorilla Glass Victus+ display, a stronger Armor Aluminium frame, and IP68 waterproofing appear to be the main features of these smartphones in terms of device protection, according to the information available so far. The display, which goes by the name BrightVision, is also claimed to be the brightest Samsung has ever produced.
A number of footnote markings with no explanations and a restricted selection of photographs suggest that someone was getting ready for launch day and accidentally made this item live.
There are some prices we can pull from the system, with some models claiming to be available for pre-order right now: The Samsung Galaxy S22 series will be released on 4 March 2022 in Australia, according to the listing, and there are some prices we can pull from the system, with those models claiming to be available for pre-order right now:
S22 Ultra 512GB – AU$2562.90 S22 Ultra 256GB – AU$2397.90 S22 Ultra 128GB – AU$2232.90 S22 Ultra 256GB – AU$2397.90 S22 Ultra 128GB – AU$2232.90 S22+ 128GB – AU$1902.90 S21 128GB – AU$1572.90
Please keep in mind that these are Australian dollars (AUD) costs, however they do seem to be in line with predicted prices and leaks for these gadgets, despite the fact that they appear to be very random.
Obviously, this isn’t a comprehensive listing page, and it’s entirely plausible to assume that part of the information on this page is inaccurate; nonetheless, the information appears to be consistent with information we’ve gleaned from prior breaches. With the introduction of Samsung’s gadgets only a couple of days away, it appears that keeping all of the data under wraps will be a difficult task to accomplish.