The Entire Galaxy S22 Series Appears In A Short Video

Galaxy S22 series dummies video image

The entire Samsung Galaxy S22 series has appeared in a short video (embedded below the article). Do note that these seem to be dummy units, so they’re not final products, but the design seemingly is.

Dummy Galaxy S22 series units appeared in two images quite recently, and this video is giving us a better look at them. Every single one of them is picked up by whoever filmed this, so that you can get a better look at the devices, from various sides. Do note that the cameras likely won’t protrude as much, as they shouldn’t protrude outside the camera housing, on the Galaxy S22 and S22+ at least.

The entire Galaxy S22 series has appeared in a short video

The video also gives you a good idea of what to expect in terms of size from every one of these phones. You can see that the Galaxy S22 Ultra is the largest, and that it differs when it comes to design.


The Galaxy S22 Ultra not only has a different rear camera setup, and design, but its shape is different. Its corners are sharper, while the top and bottom sides seem to be completely flat.

The Galaxy S22 and S22+ have considerably more curves, and noticeably different designs. The Galaxy S22 Ultra basically looks like a Note device, more than a Galaxy S device. Samsung may even release it under the Galaxy S22 Note name, we’ll see.

All three Galaxy S22 handsets will become official in February

Either way, all three of these phones are expected to launch in February, based on the latest information. The Galaxy S21 FE is coming in January, it seems, while Samsung’s next-gen phones will drop in February.


Samsung will utilize the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC this time around, along with its yet-unannounced Exynos 2200 processor. The Galaxy S22 Ultra will include the S Pen stylus, which you can also see in the provided video.

All three phones will be quite powerful, needless to say, and we’re expecting improvements in the camera departments as well. Android 12 will come pre-installed on them, along with Samsung’s One UI 4 skin.

If you’d like to know more about each of these phones, check out our previews for the Galaxy S21 FE, S22, S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra.