Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Ultra leaked renders reveal design, colour options


  • Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22 Ultra have been spotted in leaked renders
  • The images give us a first look at the upcoming devices
  • The Galaxy S22 is expected to debut in February

Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22 Ultra renders have been surfaced on the web. The former has been shared by publication 91Mobiles while the latter has been leaked by reliable tipster Evan Blass aka evleaks. 

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Samsung is tipped to launch its next-generation Galaxy S-series flagships in February 2022. The lineup is expected to consist a standard, Plus, and Ultra variants. The Galaxy S22 series will debut as the successor to this year’s Galaxy S21 series. Read on to know what the leaked renders reveal about the two Galaxy S22 phones. 

Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Ultra leaked renders

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and S22

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra on the left and S22 on the right

Beginning with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the device is seen with a centre-aligned punch-hole cutout on the display surrounded by almost zero bezels. It features a curved screen and a boxy form factor similar to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The renders also reveal an S-Pen that is expected to come with a dedicated slot that was missing on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The power and volume rocker buttons are located on the right side of the device. 

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra sports quad-rear cameras. The back panel houses vertically stacked three sensors and one additional lens beside it. There is also an LED flash and another sensor that appears to be an autofocus system. Unlike its predecessor, the upcoming offering is seen without any protruding camera island. 

The leaked renders reveal the Galaxy S22 Ultra in Burgundy, Green, Phantom Black, and White colour variants. 

As for the standard Galaxy S22, it will also feature a centrally located punch-hole display and a flat screen. The right side is home to power and volume rocker buttons. On the back, the device retains the rectangular camera module that blends with the metal frame similar to the S21. The camera island accommodates three vertically stacked sensors and an LED flash beside it. 

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