Samsung Galaxy S22+ Renders Show Minimal Design Changes Over Last Year

Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus render

Samsung Galaxy S22 series is currently the talk of the town, which is expected to launch in early next year, probably in January. Recently, we saw Galaxy S22+ CAD renders, courtesy of reputed tipster OnLeaks (via Digit). Now, the same tipster in collaboration with 91Mobiles has shared renders of Galaxy S21+, revealing its complete design.

Galaxy S22 Ultra renders, leaked yesterday, showed us a design overhaul, but that does not seem to be the case with Galaxy S22+. It looks pretty much similar to the predecessor Galaxy S21+, although there are very few minimalistic changes. 

As per the renders, the Galaxy S22+ will come with a punch-hole display with slim bezels all around. Around the back, we see a familiar camera module, but this time, the camera sensors seem to have shifted towards the left by a very slight margin. According to recent leaks, the triple camera setup might include a 50MP GN5 primary sensor, a 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 12MP telephoto shooter.

The power button and volume rockers can be seen located on the right side, while the necessary cutouts for USB Type-C, speaker grille, microphone, and sim tray are on the bottom. According to the tipster, Galaxy S22+ measures 157.4×75.8×7.6mm, and the thickness reaches 9.1mm when the camera bump is taken into account.

Samsung is expected to release three models under the S22 series – Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra. According to recent leaks, Galaxy S22 Ultra will come with in-built support for S-Pen. As seen in the recent Galaxy S-series phones, Samsung will reportedly offer the Galaxy S22 series in Exynos and Snapdragon chipsets, depending on the markets.

Leaks suggest that the Snapdragon 898 variant will come to several markets, including India, while the US and China may get the Exynos 2100 variant.

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