Samsung is all ready to launch its new series of premium smartphones, Galaxy S22 series very soon. As with the previous launches, the company is going to launch three different variants which will be the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, new rumors are out in the market that the Galaxy S22 Ultra might be rebranded as the Galaxy S22 Note smartphone. It might also be due to the addition of SPen to the Ultra variant which previously was only available in the Note series. The smartphone has been recently spotted on the GeekBench database with the model number SM-S908U.
The listing also provides details about some of the key specifications that will be present in the smartphone at the time of launch. The FCC certification not only shows the detail of the smartphone but also the S-Pen and LED cover for the Ultra variant of the smartphone. The new details confirm that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will support wireless power transfer and Ultra-Wideband technology. Also, it will support 802.11b/g/n/ac WLAN, 802.11/n/ac/ax UNII, Bluetooth and NFC.
The S-Pen was spotted with the model number EJ-PS908 and shows a maximum RF output power of 0.675mW and operates in the 2402-2480MHz range. The LED cover was also spotted with the model number EF-NS908. The Galaxy S22 Ultra series is expected to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC and Exynos 2200 chipset depending on the market in which it will be launched. The renders of the smartphone have already been leaked on the internet. The smartphone will be launched on February 8 in the Unpacked 2022 event next year.