Samsung's final Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus designs are allegedly confirmed in a new leak
Samsung is now projected to launch a Galaxy S22 Ultra with a potentially significant design upgrade compared to the S21 Ultra. This Android superphone is slated to launch alongside successors to the Galaxy S21 and S21+. However, they may fail to turn out like miniature versions of the radically different Ultra.
In fact, they may fail to look much different from their putative predecessors at all. LetsGoDigital's latest renders illustrate these rumors very succinctly, showing devices that merely looks like refined versions of the S21 or S21+. On the other hand, there are some perhaps welcome changes, regardles of how subtle.
For example, the device in the new images retain a central punch-hole; however, it seems to be smaller compared to that of the previous generation. Furthermore, the display as depicted seems flatter, with a minimal curve down to the frame.
In addition, the S22 and S22 Plus are projected to be more compact this time around, with display sizes that may be reduced to as little as 6.06 inches and 6.55 inches respectively. They are projected to have triple rear cameras, one of which might be a Samsung ISOCELL GN5 50MP sensor, accompanied by a 10MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom that might also grace the S22 Ultra.