A new leak says Galaxy S22 Ultra will be called S22 Note.
When the initial Galaxy S22 Ultra renderings surfaced in late September, a rumor spread that Samsung will rename the gadget the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra. That rumor has resurfaced, but with a twist.
Leaked models and real-world photographs of Samsung’s next flagship, which we assumed would be dubbed the Galaxy S22 Ultra, appear to reveal a Galaxy Note successor.
The tablet has a boxy design and appears to include a slot for keeping the S Pen stylus. It also distinguishes itself from the other two types.
For a while, it was speculated that the device with an S Pen silo would be sold as the
Galaxy Note 22 Ultra, the variation is known as the Galaxy S22 Plus would be marketed as the Galaxy S22 Pro, and the base model would be branded as the Galaxy S22.
These leaks were then put to bed by a prominent leaker who said the Note name will not be revived. Late this month, a source confirmed that Samsung had no plans to introduce a Note phone in 2022, or maybe ever.
Tron, a leaker, has again revived the rumor, claiming that there will be no Galaxy S22 Ultra and that we should instead anticipate a Galaxy S22 Note.
The assertion does not appear to be far-fetched, considering not just current rumors, but also those from nearly three years ago, which stated that Samsung will unite the Galaxy Note and S lines in the future.
A Note branding might assist Samsung in increasing sales and making the Ultra variant one of the top phones of 2022.
Whatever the moniker, we anticipate Samsung’s premium phone will include a 6.8-inch 120Hz display, a quad-camera configuration, a 5,000mAh battery, and a top CPU.
The new phones are expected to be released in February and will be priced similarly to their predecessors.