Samsung Galaxy S22+ Design Unveiled Thanks To 5K renders

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Now that the release of the iPhone 13 series is done, it’s time to focus on Samsung’s future flagship series. The Samsung S22 series is scheduled to debut in early 2022, according to reports. Several leaks and rumors concerning the Samsung Galaxy S22 range have surfaced, including Galaxy S22 Ultra’s built-in S Pen functionality. Digit confirmed the same by the crisp renders released by courtesy of source Steve Hemmerstoffer alias OnLeaks. Now, thanks to 91mobiles and OnLeaks, you can have your first glimpse at the Samsung Galaxy S22+, the series’ middle variant, via 5K renders.

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Samsung Galaxy S22+ Design

While the Samsung S22 Ultra will be redesigned, the Galaxy S22+ will retain its predecessor’s design. The next mid-range flagship features a punch-hole camera in the top center of the screen, with thin bezels. When you turn the phone over, you’ll notice a familiar camera module strip that extends into the top left corner frame, with three camera sensors.

The S22+ is seen in an olive green color in the renders, although it’s unclear whether this will be an official color option. The volume and power keys are on the right side, while the Type-C port and SIM tray are on the bottom, with the normal set of buttons and ports surrounding the frame.

According to OnLeaks, the renders were sent to him as the S22 Pro, not the Galaxy S22+, and this information is worth remembering. The tipster did not have any hardware information, but he did say that the S22+ Dimensions 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6mm (9.1mm including the back camera bump).

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