Samsung Tuesday made two big announcements: the Exynos 2200 processor and the Galaxy Unpacked event. The new chipset will power its Galaxy S22 series flagships that will go official at the upcoming event on February 9, 2022. But, unfortunately, a plethora of leaks over the past few months have revealed pretty much everything we need to know about the new Samsung flagships much before their official unveiling. There’s left little to the imagination now. And as we wait for the Galaxy Unpacked event a couple of weeks from today, the devices have been subject to another major leak.
Renowned industry insider Evan Blass aka @evleaks has shared high-resolution renders of all three Galaxy S22 models on Twitter. The leaked renders show each device — Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra — in four different colors.
As you can see in the attached images below, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ are shown in green, pink gold, black, and white colors, which we were already expecting. Since the two devices sport an identical design as well, it’s hard to set them apart in these renders. But if you look closely, the former is shorter and thicker than the latter.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra, meanwhile, can be seen in the expected gray, green, burgundy red, and white colors. All color variants get a black S Pen. However, the clicker button at the top matches the device’s color. Of course, the Ultra model doesn’t share the design language with its less-powerful siblings. It is kind of a fusion of the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series. You can see the device in all four colors at the end of this article.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 could also arrive in a colorful Bespoke edition
Samsung is also said to be considering releasing a Bespoke Edition Galaxy S22. It’s unclear if all three models will get the special treatment or only one of them. Perhaps the company has yet to decide in this regard. Otherwise, considering how hard the Korean brand has found it to prevent leaks of its upcoming devices, we would have surely seen a few leaks of this device too.
Nonetheless, if the company does release the new flagship in a Bespoke edition, buyers will have a lot of color options and frame-back panel combinations to choose from. You can expect more clarity on this in the build-up to the big launch early next month. We will keep you posted.