In early 2022, Samsung will unveil its new flagship Galaxy S22 family, which will include three models: Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 + and Galaxy S22 Ultra. Verified insider Ice Universe continues to reveal details about the new products: this time he published images of protective glasses that allow us to assess the size and overall design of the flagships.
Of course, it is impossible to judge the appearance only by protective glasses, but they still give a general idea. We see thin bezels and front-facing camera holes cut right into the display, further proving that the Galaxy S22 Ultra won’t have a sub-screen front camera. At the same time, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 + will receive flat screens, while the older model will have slightly rounded edges.
The Galaxy S22 is rumored to come with a 6.06-inch Full HD + OLED display, the smallest diagonal since the Galaxy S9. The S22 + will also narrow down to 6.55 inches, compared to 6.67 inches for the S21 +. The design of the main camera, it seems, will not change: it will be a rectangular block, as if flowing out onto the side edge.
S22, S22 +, S22 Ultra protective film test video pic.twitter.com/MJkv6LrD9S
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 27, 2021
The older Galaxy S22 Ultra is noticeably different from them. The protective glass confirms that it will receive a more angular design in the style of the Galaxy Note series. According to previous rumors, it will also have a compartment in the body for the S Pen stylus.