A new leak showed that Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Ultra from almost every angle and in a variety of colors, suggesting that there are at least four options for any device.
New renderings from industry sources 91 Cell Phones shows both handsets with designs we saw in previous leaks. The fact that these previously leaked designs match suggests that this will be the final design.
After these renders, the Samsung Galaxy S22 will be available in Phantom Black, Phantom White, Green and Pink Gold. The Galaxy S22 Ultra leaked in Phantom Black, Phantom White, Green, and Burgundy.
We don’t yet know what colors we’ll see for the Galaxy S22 Plus, but if you look at the past few years, we’d expect them to be similar to the standard Galaxy S22.
Previous leaks have also said that the Vanilla Galaxy S22 will come in blues and beige, but those weren’t featured in this latest leak, so it’s unclear whether this will happen. These hues may be restricted to certain retailers or even certain markets.
If these renders are accurate (and if these coincide with other design leaks we’ve seen), the Galaxy S22 will have a similar design to that Galaxy S21 but it won’t have its two-tone camera look.
The edges look rounded and it’s supposedly clad in metal, unlike the Galaxy S21, which uses a combination of plastic and glass. There are three cameras on the back, while a punch-hole selfie snapper can be seen on the front of the phone.
The power button and volume rocker are located on the right edge of the phone, while the left edge is largely free except for antenna cables. The phone’s fingerprint scanner should be under the display.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra pictured above matches other leaks we’ve seen, and it appears to have a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra-like design with more angular edges than the Galaxy S22.
It has a slot for an S Pen pen and there are four cameras on the back of the phone. The selfie shooter is also said to be a hole on the front of this phone.
More pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Ultra can be found on 91 Cell Phones when you want to see the handsets for every angle.