The black Samsung Galaxy S22+ appeared yesterday in some renders, though they were watermarked. Well, Roland Quandt just gave us a much better look at the device. He shared unwatermarked renders of the Galaxy S22+, in four different colors.
The Galaxy S22+ renders leaked in four different colors
If you take a look at the gallery below the article, you’ll see the phone in black, white, pink, and green colors. Samsung will, of course, use some fancy names for these color variants.
All four different variants are shown from several angles, so you can take a really good look at them. This design is not exactly something we didn’t expect. The phone leaked quite a few times thus far.
Samsung won’t change the design of the Galaxy S22 and S22+ all that much, in comparison to their predecessors. The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a different story, as that phone will resemble the Galaxy Note 20.
The Galaxy S22+ will have thin bezels, a flat display, and a centered display camera hole at the top. As you can see, there are three cameras on the back, and they are vertically aligned. The camera housing resembles the one from the Galaxy S21 series, as it protrudes from the frame.
The Galaxy S22+ will likely be a sweet spot for many Galaxy S customers. This phone won’t be as huge as the Galaxy S22+, but it will be larger than the Galaxy S22. That is the size quite a few people prefer.
The Galaxy S22+ will be more expensive than the Galaxy S21+ was
The device will be more expensive than the Galaxy S21+ was, though, based on the rumors. It will be interesting to see how will the price bump affect Samsung’s sales, that’s for sure.
We’ve already talked a lot about the Galaxy S22+, as you can see in our preview. The device will be fueled by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Exynos 2200, depending on the market. Both of those chips launched already, the Exynos 2200 actually arrived earlier today.