October 14, 2021

So the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will receive a new stabilization system like the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Instead of optical, there will be a stabilization system based on a matrix shift.

According to the source, Samsung is working on a completely new (for its smartphones) stabilization system – based on the matrix shift. This is used in the iPhone 12 Pro Max and proves to be more efficient than the traditional optical system.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra New Design, Latest Features and Release Date 2022

Reportedly, the new stabilization system will not be ready this year: if it does, it will probably be in the Galaxy S22, which should debut at the very beginning of 2022.

Perhaps this is one of the key aspects of the interaction between Samsung and Olympus – the latter has a lot of experience in developing cameras with stabilization based on sensor shift.

New renders already show us a rather atypical smartphone. In fact, it is equipped with just two photo lenses.

According to LetsGoDigital, Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra could be the first smartphone from the Korean giant to be equipped with the main camera of 200 MP.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra New Design, Latest Features and Release Date 2022

Samsung is known to be working on such a sensor, as the company has already talked about it on social media. She even planned to equip her smartphones with a 600 MP sensor over time.

According to the latest report, this giant sensor will be supported. periscope with a second lens. as well as a ToF sensor for focusing. If Samsung decides to use only two lenses on the back of its smartphone.

We assume that one of them will use the new liquid lens technology introduced on the Xiaomi Mi Mix Fold. This allows the focal length of the sensor to be dynamically changed to make it more versatile.

Samsung and Olympus may collaborate on a future smartphone. This information was then confirmed by many prominent leaders.

In LetsGoDigital’s renderings, we find mention of this partnership on the photo lens, as OnePlus can do with Hasselblad, Huawei with Leica, or still Vivo with Zeiss.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra New Design, Latest Features and Release Date 2022

On the front of the smartphone, we notice that there is no front-facing camera in the smartphone as it is hidden under the screen. This is a technology that Samsung will debut in its next foldable phone, the Galaxy Z Fold 3. Ice Universe recently confirmed the information on their social media platforms.

As for the processors, the Korean giant is said to be currently running on a chip codenamed “Olympus. This will be the first SoC with an AMD GPU. This is expected to dramatically improve the performance of the Exynos chips.


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