Yesterday we saw renders of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra leaked by OnLeaks, revealing the design of the Korean conglomerate's 2022 flagship. Today, the same source is back with the images of the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+.
Unlike the S22 Ultra, the S22 and S22+ look similar to their predecessors. They are built around screens with centered punch holes, sport vertically aligned triple-camera systems on the rear, and seemingly have metal builds.
We don't have the detailed specs sheets of either of these phones, but the source claims that the S22 is 7.6mm thick and is built around a 6" screen with the "improved camera bump" on the rear expected to consist of 50MP primary, 12MP ultrawide, and a telephoto unit.
The S22+ is also 7.6mm thick (9.1mm including the camera bump), sports a 6.5" display, and like the vanilla model, has a USB-C port at the bottom. Although neither phones have a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is hardly a surprise since their predecessors didn't have one either.
Needless to say, you should take these designs with a pinch of salt since they don't come directly from Samsung. Besides, it's worth noting that the renders of the S22+ were received by the source as the Galaxy S22 Pro, meaning the final version of the Plus model could have a different design.
After buying an S21 Ultra when it was just released, I will skip on many upcoming Samsung phones. It was buggy shit when released, camera was non operational at all as it overheated all the time, after months of patches they got it working but pictur...
Was thinking about getting a S22; i like a compact phone that is high end in specs, but as it seems to come without a jack i am forced to look elsewhere.
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