The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series has received a plethora of leaks in recent times. The smartphone is expected to be unveiled by the South Korean mobile giant in the first quarter of 2022.
Of all these leaks, that of tipster @UniverseIce is believed to be a prolific and reliable one, as clues are given in the images released match up with what has been seen from previous leaks.
According to the images shared by the tipster, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22, has three series namely, the Vanilla Galaxy S22, the Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is the largest of the three smartphones, with a design that is more Galaxy Note-like, with squared corners – in fact, there has been speculation that the S22 Ultra may be dubbed the Note this time.
According to previous speculations, the Vanilla Galaxy S22 will feature a 6.06-inch display, the Galaxy S22 Plus will have a 6.55-inch display, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra will have a 6.81-inch display.
The fact that all three models will have punch-hole selfie cameras carved out of the front display is further confirmed by these screen protectors.
As previously said, the photos reveal that one of the smartphones, most likely the Galaxy S22 Ultra, will have its corners squared off. The edges of the other two smartphones are rounded. The selfie camera will be housed in a hole-punch cutout on all three screen covers. However, a previous source said that the Galaxy S22 Ultra would feature a waterdrop notch. The photos also reveal that the Galaxy S22 series will have ultra-thin bezels on all four sides, confirming a report from last month.
According to the screen protectors, the standard Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ will have flat displays, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra will have a curved display. LetsGoDigital, in partnership with Italian digital artist Giuseppe Spinelli, released several renders of the Galaxy S22 earlier this month. The renders were built using the information provided by Super Roader, a South Korean tipster.
The design of the forthcoming smartphone series is expected to be similar to the existing Galaxy S21 series, but with flatter front and rear panels. Stay connected with TechGenyz to get the latest updates from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22.