Samsung Galaxy Note 22 Ultra: Everything We Know So Far

Samsung recently launched its new flagship S series of Galaxy smartphones, which include the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra. While the Galaxy S22 and S22+ are much like any other S series smartphone, the S22 Ultra is unlike any. It feels like a Note series phone disguised as an S series phone. Samsung, however, has not released any Note series Galaxy smartphones since 2020. Some rumors suggest that the Note series is still breathing. This article will talk about the rumored Galaxy Note 22 Ultra.

Will Samsung launch a Galaxy Note 22 Ultra?

Update:Samsung has discontinued the Galaxy Note series officially. Speaking to the reporters on the sidelines of its Mobile World Congress 2022 event, Samsung’s smartphone chief Roh Tae-moon said that the “Galaxy Note will come out as Ultra”. This means Samsung will not launch Galaxy Note 22 Ultra. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was the last Galaxy Note series smartphone.

With the integration of the Note and S series smartphones with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, it seems there will not be a Galaxy Note 22 Ultra.

The S22 Ultra has everything the previous Note series phones had, from the signature boxy design to the S-Pen. This indicates that Samsung will not be launching a new Note series smartphone.

Last year, Samsung canceled the Note 21 series. They claimed that the reason was a severe semiconductor shortage, which made them cancel the Note 21 series.

This does not mean that the Note series is entirely dead. There could be a chance of its comeback in 2023. Perhaps Samsung wants to halt its Note series to focus on its foldable smartphones. They want to bring the Note features to their foldable smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G

Samsung Galaxy Note 22 Ultra Expected Specifications:

If Samsung ever brings back the legendary Note series, here’s what the Note 22 Ultra might offer:

  • Display: 6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X with 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+, 1440 x 3200 pixels resolution, and 516 PPI.
  • Operating System: Android 12 OS with One UI 4.1.
  • Chipset: Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC or Exynos 2200 SoC.
  • Camera: 108MP or 200MP primary camera.
  • Battery: 5000 mAh battery with support for a 45W charger.

Do note that the above specs are just speculations and not official specs of the device.

Samsung Galaxy Note 22 Ultra Release Prediction

If Samsung plans to return its Note series, we might see the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra in August 2022. Samsung usually launches its Note series in August every year. If they follow the same suit, we can expect the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra to release in August 2022.

Samsung Galaxy Note 22 Ultra Price Prediction

The Samsung Galaxy Note 22 Ultra could be priced at around $1299 in the US.

When we compare it to the price of their latest flagship, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the starting price is $1199 in the US. So, we can expect the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra to be priced around the same price range.

In the UK and Canada, the Galaxy Note 22 Ultra may cost £1199 and CAD $1699, respectively, as per GizPie.

Conclusion:

At present, we do not have any official information regarding the launch of a Note series device this year. These are mere speculations and rumors. These are just our expectations if Samsung plans to launch a Note series device this year.

Samsung’s Note series fans are eagerly waiting for a new Note series device to be launched by Samsung. They love their Galaxy Note. But with the integration of the Note series and S series, it does not seem like Samsung wants to bring back the Note series. We think Samsung should bring back the legendary Note series.

Mehtab is a tech writer at DealNTech, where he covers PC and mobile-related guides and news. He is passionate about helping people understand and use technology to their advantage. In his role at DealNTech, Mehtab focuses on creating informative and engaging content on a variety of PC and mobile-related topics, including Windows, CPU, GPU, and Android. Email: [email protected]. Follow him on X(Twitter)

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11 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Note 22 Ultra: Everything We Know So Far”

  1. Damn shame! My current phone is the Note 10+… Best phone I’ve ever owned. I usually upgrade every year or so, and/or do a factory reset about every 6 months. Not this phone, and I’m still happy with it. No problems and battery life is still decent. I also have an iPhone with a different carrier, not a fan, but going to upgrade anyway.
    I’ve had Samsung phones since the Black Jack, back in ’08, no Google ha. I had the first Galaxy S series. I’ve had the Rugby, I believe, the Infusion or something like that. Started out with the Note 5, in the Note series, skipped to the Note 9, I think. Had the S8 Active, then this Note 10. Nothing has swayed me yet So, yeah Samsung, VERY disappointed.

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  2. The only reason I’ve stayed with Samsung NOTE is because of the extended memory card!. The NOTE a beautiful and very capable phone. I don’t even care about the price.
    Samsung is making a big mistake!!
    Without the memory cards ANY other phone will do…..
    Damn shame!

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  3. Yeh I will not buy samsung devices anymore as I use to like them cause they had option of expandable memory card slot. Well if this is how samsung want to do to there buyers then screw samsung we might as well buy iphones . I was never buying iphones cause one thing I hate about it was expandable memory. Expandable memory to me it’s super important and to all samsung customers

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  4. It’s a shame. Why kill a beautiful concept? The Note phones are/were a class of their own. I never was more satified with a phone then with the last two phones I posess; note 8 and 10. Now, I’ll pamper my note 10, until it dies. Hopefully Samsung will reconsider its policy and produce a real Note 22/23. Cannot wait. Save us Samsung!

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  5. You had mentioned that the S22 Ultra fill feature everything from the note series. It will not have the Micro SD card capability. If that’s important to the buyer, as it is for me, then that’s a deal breaker. Samsung should stop following Apple, and give their customers what they have come to expect from them,

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