Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22+ to bring few design changes
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is already in mass production, and leaksters gave us a sneak peek of what the new upcoming phone will look like. The Dutch outlet LetsGoDigital posted renders of the vanilla and Plus devices, based on inside info, and the new design looks rather familiar.
The Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ will follow the same design formula as their Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ predecessors. That's in contrast with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which is expected to bring a drastically altered rear panel.
The Galaxy S22 and S22+ camera setup will keep the vertical layout with the island stretching all the way to the rim. The front panel will be flat, although not as flat and square-ish as the iPhone 13 series.
The Galaxy S22 is expected to arrive with a 6.06” OLED display of Full HD+ resolution, the smallest diagonal since the Galaxy S9. The S22+ will also “shrink” to 6.55” compared to 6.67” on the S21+.
The entire lineup will come with the new Exynos 2200 chipset and AMD-made GPU in some markets, while the United States and China will likely get the Snapdragon 898-powered version.
Source (in Dutch)
Someone here with brains. Quad HD is definitely overkill on a smaller phone. Anyone remember Unbox Therapy saying the S22 screen looked as good if not better than the Ulra? I have an S21 and the screen is excellent as is battery life. I'll take ...
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I'd rather under display with no cutout, I'm not taking selfies
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