It is an open secret that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will inherit Samsung’s Note range. The South Koreans paid special attention to the S Pen. The stylus is said to work better on the new flagship smartphone than ever before.
In a few weeks, the Galaxy S22 series is in the house. Probably the most interesting of the smartphone trio will be the top model – after all, the Galaxy S22 Ultra should inherit the crushed Note series and bring a slot for the S Pen. But that’s not the only innovation that die-hard Note users can look forward to.
The S Pen in the Galaxy S22 Ultra is said to have a latency of 2.8 milliseconds
That’s how it should be The input pen in the Galaxy S22 Ultra has a latency of 2.8 milliseconds exhibit, as the well-known YouTuber XEETECHCARE reports exclusively. That would be less than a third of the latency offered by the 2020 Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Here the latency was 9 milliseconds.
Colloquially, latency is the delay. Lower latency means that the Writing on the screen feels more natural. Ideally, the user does not notice any delay between the hand movement and the appearance of the writing, it appears immediately. According to the information from YouTuber, the input pen in the Galaxy S22 Ultra is said to be the “fastest and most realistic S Pen with three times the latency”.
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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra should be more expensive
But also apart from the S Pen, the Galaxy S22 Ultra should offer top-class technologyas recently revealed by a leak. For example, Samsung should leave the main camera with a 108 MP sensor, which should, however, be equipped with a “Super Clear Lens”. This should result in fewer reflections when taking photos. Inside, the brand new Exynos 2200 works with the support of 12 GB of RAM. Depending on the model, there is also 128, 256 or 512 GB of memory for user data.
But the industry leader also wants technology pay dearly. Compared to its predecessor, the prices of the Galaxy S22 Ultra should increase noticeably.