After revealing the design of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, @OnLeaks is at again this time showing us the design of the Galaxy S22+, through a partnership with 91Mobiles. We get to see a triple back camera and a subtle change of the metal frame. All of that is below, accompanied with a fresh video of the device.
The Galaxy S22+, just like the S22 Ultra is expected to drop in January 2022. It’s going to have many similarities to the S21+ in design but in hardware it should gain a new CPU, Exynos 2200 or Snapdragon 898. Another change happens in the zoom department, as the 64 MP 1.1X optical zoom camera is swapped with a 10 or 12 MP one with 3X optical zoom. The back camera remains wrapped around the corner and has a metal sheet on top, but now the curve of the frame towards the camera island disappears.
Everything is more angular now and the camera is more separated from the frame. OnLeaks and 91Mobiles also unveiled measurements: 157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6 mm, which reaches 9.1 mm with the camera bump. A 120 Hz screen with 6.55 inch diagonal is here, but the refresh rate is adaptive. We also get a 4500 mAh battery with 25W at least in fast charging. The main cam now jumps to a new Samsung 50 MP sensor, probably the GN5 unveiled recently with the 200 MP HP1.
Don’t forget to also check out the video of the device below.