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Galaxy S22+ Concept Has Familiar Design, Large Camera Sensors

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The Samsung Galaxy S22+ concept design has surfaced online. This concept comes from the Technizo Concept YouTube channel, which partnered up with Letsgodigital. Do note that even though this design has been inspired by the Galaxy S21 series, it’s just a third-party concept, not a leak or anything of the sort.

This Galaxy S22+ concept delivers a familiar design

If this Galaxy S22+ concept design looks familiar, there’s a good reason for it. It does resemble the Galaxy S21 series quite a bit. It has that same rear camera design, where the camera island protrudes from the side frame.

There are three camera sensors included on the back here, and they do seem to be quite large. This phone also has a centered display camera hole on the front. Its bezels seem to be extremely thin in the provided video.

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The device is curved on the back, towards the sides. All of its physical keys are located on the right-hand side, while the power / lock button sits below the volume up and down buttons.

The designer also mentioned some expected specs for the Galaxy S22+. It says that the phone is expected to feature a 50-megapixel main camera, along with a 12-megapixel ultrawide unit, and a 10-megapixel telephoto camera. That is just a guess on his part, though, we’ll have to wait and see.

The phone is expected to include a 4,500mAh battery, and 45W charging

The Galaxy S22+ is rumored to include a 4,500mAh battery, and 45W fast wired charging. Wireless charging will also be included, but we don’t know how fast will it be.

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This phone will be fueled by either the Exynos 2200 or the next-gen Snapdragon flagship. Samsung is expected to use both processors for the Galaxy S22 series, so it will depend on in what region you’re in.

The Exynos 2200, or whatever it ends up being called, is expected to utilize an AMD GPU. Previous Exynos flagship chips were a step behind Snapdragon flagships, so let’s see if Samsung can change that moving forward.