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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra/Note 22 dummy unit leaks confirm speculations about S Pen integration

It was not that long ago when the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series renders went live that showed how interesting the back design is going to be. Well, we now have hands-on shots of the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Courtesy of xleaks7 and CoverPigtou we now have the first glimpse of a dummy unit of the Galaxy S22 Ultra in a short hands-on video.

The first thing that pops up into our minds after having a first look at the dummy unit is that it has a resemblance to last year’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

This suggests that the rumors of it being a Note 22 Ultra may be true after all. According to the renders that surfaced earlier, Samsung S22 Ultra/Note 22 Ultra is expected to carry a 6.8″ dual-curved display.

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The device features a distinct P-shaped quad-camera setup on the rear.

The new leak also corroborates the S Pen slot rumors but the dummy unit clearly lacks this. Volume and power buttons are placed on the right-hand side. We hope to see more such leaks as we move closer to 2022.

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