Sponsored

Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Ultra Renders Leaked, Confirms Design and S Pen

Sponsored

Galaxy S22 Ultra
Image source: Evan Blass

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year 2022. With 2022 just a dream away, popular leaker Evan Blass has shared a new version of the upcoming flagship phone on Twitter. The Galaxy S22 Ultra was previously seen on geekbench and several other certification websites, revealing most of its specifications and features. Latest in the line is the new rendering of the flagship phone confirming S Pen support, quad rear camera design, and an edge-to-edge display. Along with this, a report from 91mobiles also confirms the design and color options of the Galaxy S22. Let’s take a look at the renders and color options of the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Ultra in detail.

https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/1476660792527306754

Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Ultra Renders

According to the 91mobiles report, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be available in four color options: burgundy, green, ghost black and ghost white color variants. The images shared by the post also match the image shared by Evan Blass. Like the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the S22 Ultra will also be compatible with the S Pen. But it would be interesting to see if Samsung offers a built-in slot to store the S Pen or a case to handle it needs to be purchased separately. The phone will have a metal frame. In addition, the images also confirm the cutout of the central hole for the cameras, the curved edge-to-edge screen and the quad rear camera on the back of the device.

Moving on to the vanilla Galaxy S22, the device is said to come in five color combinations: green, rose gold, ghost black, and ghost white. The device will also feature a center-aligned punch-hole camera and a flat screen with thin bezels all around. On the back, the phone will offer a triple camera setup along with an LED flash. The power button and volume controls are present on the right side of the device.

Thanks for reading to the end of this article. For more informative and exclusive tech content, like our Facebook page

Leave a Comment