The Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22 Ultra designs have already been revealed by @OnLeaks. The tipster partnered up with two publications to reveal those designs. Well, he’s back once again, to reveal the design of the Galaxy S22+, in a number of CAD-based images / renders.
The Galaxy S22+ design gets shown in CAD-based images / renders
This time around, the tipster partnered up with 91mobiles. The Galaxy S22+ will resemble the Galaxy S22 quite a bit, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra will differ a bit. It will offer sharper corners, and a different-looking rear camera setup.
That does make sense, though, as the Galaxy S22 Ultra is tipped to come with a built-in S Pen, and thus completely differentiate itself. That phone will essentially be a successor to the Galaxy Note 20.
In any case, the Galaxy S22+, as you can see, will include very thin bezels, and a centered display camera hole. Its bezels do look uniform in these renders, actually.
The phone will utilize three cameras on the back, and they will be placed in a familiar-looking casing. That casing will be an extension of the phone’s frame, as we’ve seen with the Galaxy S21 series.
The phone will include three cameras on the back
The phone will feature three vertically-aligned cameras, likely a 50-megapixel main camera. A 12-megapixel ultrawide camera is also expected, along with a third telephoto unit. It will likely utilize the same cameras like the S22.
The Galaxy S22+ will utilize a frame made out of metal, while glass will be included on its back, most likely. The device will measure 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6mm, says the source. It will be 9.1mm thick including the camera bump.
Samsung will utilize both Exynos and Snapdragon chips for the Galaxy S22 series. So, the region where you buy this device will play a huge part in that. Samsung’s next-gen flagship Exynos chip will include an AMD GPU, by the way, for the first time ever.
The Galaxy S22 series, including the S22+, will launch in January, according to reports. The mass production will start in November. Check out the CAD-based renders of the device below, in both images and video.