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The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra would bring a change in camera design

Samsung surprised everyone with a new redesign of the camera package on the Galaxy S21. The Korean firm stood out and showed the world how to integrate the cameras into the structure of the terminal as if it were one more element. Possibly it is a sample of where they are able to reach this level, but next year we may see a surprise if what the renders pose with the change of design of the cameras in the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

New device, new design

Phone manufacturers usually change their devices once a year. During that period they are constantly evolving and not only launch a single device in most cases, but also launch versions of the same terminal with more or less power but with a similar appearance. Samsung is one of the companies that performs this practice and by now it will be working on the next version of its cutting-edge phone.

In fact, some renderings of what is expected to be the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra on the back. The design of this year’s version was most striking and, based on what we see in the OnLeaks tweet, the device will have a new package design, although it comes in two versions. The only difference between the two is that in one there is a connecting bridge between the main triple segment and two extra lenses that are close to this part.

It is not yet known if these versions are final, but what is clear is that Samsung is working to make this section once again the identity seal of the device. Of course, we are still far from knowing the capabilities of the device in terms of camera, so we have to wait to know more data that arrives through new leaks.

Arrive like this in the lower models?

Keep in mind that these renderings that have the redesign of the Galaxy S22 Ultra correspond to the most premium phone in the house. This means that the rest of the Galaxy S22 series phones They will bring a similar package although not with all the characteristics that this one has. At the moment, we are in the last three months of 2021, which means that it is still too early to talk about the final designs of the terminal.

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