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The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Feature a Waterdrop Camera Design, while the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra might be a Limited-Edition Product

Many rumours have surfaced recently about the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, but the latest rumours come from LetsGoDigital and Technizo Concept based on information from Super Roader, a South Korean firm. According to the insider, the upcoming Ultra model of the Galaxy series would include a waterdrop notch on the front display instead of a punch-hole selfie camera. The news could also mean that the information about the back camera module has been inaccurate all along.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s camera system is expected to include a 108MP wide-angle lens, a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens with OIS, and a laser autofocus lens with flash. The smartphone will also include two telephoto cameras with 3x and 10x optical zoom. The much lighter camera system is significant since Samsung intends to include an S-Pen slot. With the cameras are positioned in a P-array without a camera island, the design certainly reminds us of the LG Velvet. 

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is the most anticipated of the three upcoming models because it will have the most advanced specs and features. Aside from the 6/8-inch AMOLED display, the Ultra smartphone is said to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 895 or an Exynos 2200 chipset and a 5,000mAh battery with 45W fast charging capabilities. We might appear to know everything, but everything should be taken with a pinch of salt at the end of the day. Until Samsung makes an official announcement, there will always be conflicting rumours.

Despite the ongoing shortage of global chips, Samsung has never failed its customers by producing many Samsung gadgets at such a rapid pace. But if that chip shortage situation persists for an extended time, its next crop of devices may be affected. With rumours of Galaxy S22 models circulating, it appears that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra will be next with the supply and production issues. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is expected to beat Apple with its large-screen pro tablet. It is said that the tablet would include a 14.6-inch OLED display with 120Hz refresh rates. However, this feature will, unfortunately, be a problem.

According to South Korea’s Naver, the display has a low yield rate and excessively high production costs. If Samsung continues to produce such displays, they will lose money rather than profit in the long run. This also means that restocking isn’t guaranteed. Hence why Samsung might reduce the quantity of Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra units produced. The worst-case scenario is the tech company is rumoured to be planning to stop producing once the initial supply runs out.

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Regardless, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is expected to pack a punch in terms of performance and features. Early reports imply a 45W charging support and a bundled S Pen for drawing on that massive canvas, in addition to the high-spec screen. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is also said to have 12GB of RAM and a massive 12,000 mAh battery. The Exynos 2200 chipset and Snapdragon 898 processor may be used as well in selected markets.

The Galaxy Tab S8 tablets were scheduled to be launched this year. However, perhaps because of the chip shortage, they might debut alongside the Galaxy S22 early next year. At this point, we’re not sure if it will happen but it’s best to wait and watch what Samsung does in the next few months. The good news is the Samsung Unpacked event takes place on October 20, and we’re excited to see what the giant Korean tech firms have in store for the tech-savvy.

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