Galaxy S22 Ultra Rumours Malaysia

Malaysia Galaxy S22 Ultra Review

Right now, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra rumours are getting more interesting, especially with the news that this flagship unit from Samsung will be released in the next couple of months.

In Malaysia, not many people are excited, unlike in the western countries where every other tech and gadget website has already been speculating and writing about this since mid-2021.

While most Malaysians and Asians are not overly excited, I, for a fact, a genuine Samsung Galaxy user since the Note 1 days, am pretty curious about the upcoming S22 Ultra. Namely the camera functions and what has been improved since the S10 Plus.

Galaxy S22 Ultra Rumours in Malaysia

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Malaysia
A render of the Galaxy S22 Ultra in a lovely red colour from a YouTube screengrab.

With so many different rumours of the S22 going around, I always keep an open mind and just wait for the official announcement from Samsung. I mean, what's the point of speculating? What will you get out of it?

Over the last five years, since the internet became more social, many people have seen the opportunity to jump on the bandwagon and get people to visit their websites or blogs by doing speculations like these.

Now, you must also be wondering why I am writing about this? Well, truth be told, I used to wait until I obtained the actual unit before writing a review on smartphones in Malaysia.

And over the years, the landscape has changed pretty much where everyone wants to be the first to review, and it came to a point where people started extracting info from other pre-review sited and re-write it on their own.

For me, I've been reviewing smartphones since the early days of 2010 when almost no one was doing it. Suddenly, every other person or website seems to be the pros of reviews. Well, I'm just sticking true to what I do, and I actually use the smartphones by actual testing them on the field.

I don't like to get a review unit, use it for a couple of weeks, and then write a review. I find that that is not the right way of doing a review.

Right now, I am still an avid fan of the Galaxy S10 Plus, and you can read my S10 Plus camera review, which I took around Malaysia for my photography.

That is how reviews should be, with actual proper usage, testing in different conditions, locations, and situations.

Recently in November 2021, I took a quick trip to Sekinchan in Selangor for a Galaxy Z Flip3 5G review with some serious photography there.

And one of my new subjects in photography is flora and fauna macro; therefore, I have been putting a lot of interest in this area, namely for my dragonfly photography in Malaysia.

What am I expecting for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra? 

As an avid Galaxy user, I am pretty stoked about the rumoured minor improvements done to the camera system and cannot wait to try that out. The rumoured camera specifications are also giving me goosebumps.

Let me just share what I am looking forward to.

Camera - The Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to have a;

  • 108MP main camera
  • 10MP 10x telephoto camera
  • 10MP 3x telephoto camera
  • 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera

Screen - It is speculated to feature a 6.8″ AMOLED Quad HD+ with a 120Hz refresh rate.

Battery - It looks like a large 5,000mAh battery that supports 45W fast charging via USB-C is what the S22 is getting.

S22 Galaxy Ultra Malaysia
The 5-camera system on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

When will the Galaxy S22 Ultra be Launched?

According to multiple sources, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is expected to be announced in mid-February 2022, just before Mobile World Congress 2022.


Main Photo Credit: GMS Arena.

Well, as I patiently wait for the official news from Samsung, I really hope that the S22 will over exceed its so-called rumours and come out as the best flagship smartphone for 2022.

For the Samsung fans here, you can also check some of my other smartphone reviews in Malaysia done over the years by me.

And while we wait patiently, this is all I know about the Galaxy S22 Ultra rumours circulating on the internet since mid this year.

Malaysia Asia

Blogging since 2007, but writing online since 1997. I belong to the 1st generation of worldwide bloggers, which is of course old-school. Since 2008, I created Malaysia Asia and this travel, flood, gadget and lifestyle blog has won numerous physical awards from tourism boards around Malaysia. (Not those online awards). After 12 years of blogging, I have semi-retired and now blog about things I like, do product reviews and enjoy life. My work has been featured in Lonely Planet, CNN Travel, Yahoo Travel, Wall Street Journal, and many other international publications. Find out more about me and thank you.

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