The Galaxy S22 Ultra will supposedly be available with up to 1TB of storage, doubling its predecessor’s capacity, as reported by SamMobile. That much space should be plenty for even the most demanding users, and it’s an option that’s probably only going to become more popular across high-end smartphones next year, since the iPhone 13 Pro also introduced its own 1TB model.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is one of the most anticipated 2022 launches, and it’s finally starting to feel within reach as we approach the end of the year. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has gotten a lot of buzz because of how it’s supposed to differ from past Ultra devices while also borrowing a few ideas from the Note series. If its predecessor is any indication, the phone will feature top-of-the-line hardware, including up to 16GB of RAM, and a new rumour claims that it will also get a significant storage boost – up to 1TB.
With Samsung devices not coming with microSD card slots anymore (these new phones are also expected to go without) and 8K video recording being a thing, there’s a very real need for higher storage capacities, especially for people who like keeping their videos around locally instead of uploading them to the cloud or offloading them to a computer.
This wouldn’t be the first time a Samsung phone offered that much capacity — but it would be the first in a while. Back in 2019, the company sold the Galaxy S10+ with 1TB storage and 12GB of RAM. For whatever reason, Samsung pulled back to a maximum of 512GB in the Note10 series, which it maintained for the S20 lineup. It still remains to be seen if this new rumor will pan out, but one thing’s for sure — if we do get a 1TB S22 Ultra, it’s going to cost a pretty penny. Better start saving now!