As Samsung prepares to launch its next-generation flagship series, the Galaxy S22 series, early next year, more leaks and rumors arrive every day. We have already seen several renderings and hands-on images of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, we now have our first official look at the Galaxy S22 series, thanks to marketing images that were recently leaked online.
Official images of the Galaxy S22 Surface Online series
In a recent report from a Dutch publication LetsGoDigital, several images were revealed showing the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Galaxy S22 Plus. Although the publication did not reveal the source of the images, it did confirm that they are official posters that Samsung will use to promote the Galaxy S22 series when it launches next year.
As well as giving us a closer look at the design of the devices, the images also confirmed the model name of the high-end Galaxy S22 Ultra. Previous rumors suggested that Samsung might be looking to change the model name from the high-end Galaxy S22 model to the Galaxy S22 Note, as the device has similarities to the Note series. However, in the last official poster image (attached below), we can see that Samsung is marketing the product as the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Also, the image shows the S22 Ultra with the Samsung S Pen with an accented button. Hence, it also confirms earlier rumors, suggesting that the Galaxy S22 Ultra would come with an S Pen slot. Also, we can see the S22 Ultra sporting the waterdrop camera design on the back, which we saw in hands-on footage earlier this year.
Recent official images also show all color variants of the Galaxy S22 Plus. The Plus variant, as well as the standard Galaxy S22, will come in four colors: green, rose gold, white, and black. The Galaxy S22 Ultra, on the other hand, will come in a Turkish pink color, according LetsGoDigital. Rumor has it that it will also be released in black, white, and green color variants.
As for the new details about the cameras of the S22 Plus, the main difference between the next model and the previous model is that the camera module now protrudes less. The standard Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus will come with similar specs, except for the display department. The non-Plus model is rumored to feature a 6.06-inch screen, while the Plus variant will have a 6.55-inch screen.
They will also have a similar rear camera system, including a 50MP primary lens, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and a 12MP telephoto lens with 3x zoom support. The Galaxy S22 Ultra, on the other hand, will feature a 108MP main camera, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and a pair of 10MP telephoto sensors with support for 10x zoom and 3x zoom, respectively.
Samsung is expected to officially introduce the Galaxy S22 series at its next Galaxy Unpacked event, which is rumored for February 8, 2022. If you want to know more about the Galaxy S22 models, their expected pricing and other details, check out our round. -up article.
Featured image courtesy: LetsGoDigital