Samsung Galaxy S22+ concept renders and specifications have been leaked online. This comes soon after the leaked renders of the most premium variant of the S-series – the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. The Samsung Galaxy S22+ can be seen with a triple rear camera setup and a hole-punch display. Overall, the phone looks almost identical to its predecessor and Samsung is just looking to introduce a specification upgrade this time around. Furthermore, the battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy S22 has also leaked through a different source.
91Mobiles and OnLeaks have collaborated to share 360-degree video renders and 5K images of the Samsung Galaxy S22+. These concept images reveal that the edges of the phone have been rounded, with negligible bezels on all sides of the display and a selfie camera cropped at the top centre. The rear camera design is similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S21+ with the camera module protruding slightly from the base panel. The three sensors sit in a row, one below the other, and the flash sits on the side of the module. The power and volume buttons are on the right edge of the phone while the speaker grille and USB Type-C port are on the bottom edge. The bottom edge will also have a SIM tray slot.
Key specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S22+ have also been leaked and the phone is expected to sport a 6.5-inch full-HD+ display and measure 157.4×75.8×7.6mm. Separately, the tipster is Venkatesh Babu ji. Groove Live image of alleged Samsung Galaxy S22 battery. It is tipped to include a battery with a specific capacity of 3,700mAh. The rated capacity has been increased to 3,590mAh. The tipster says that the Samsung Galaxy S22 battery was spotted on SafetyKorea certification.
Recently, renders of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra were also leaked and the back camera setup looked quite different from the Samsung Galaxy S22+. These renders should not be taken as official as the launch is expected sometime in Q1 2021, which is still months away.
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