Samsung must present its smartphones Galaxy S22, S22 +, and S22 Ultra around the Mobile World Congress, which will be held in Barcelona from February 28. And if 3D renderings have already roughed up what we would expect from a design standpoint, a new leak now confirms the appearance of the Galaxy S22 photo block.
And the least we can say is that the differences should be slim compared to the current Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Towards a design similar to the S21 range?
As often, it is on Weibo that pictures of the protective glass of the various photo modules of future Samsung smartphones were shared. It is no surprise that the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 + will benefit from three separate sensors, which should find their place in the upper left corner, as on the current models.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra, better endowed with five visible sensors, will make its camera block adopt a “P” shape – similar to what is currently found on the S21 Ultra. But it seems that the framework that surrounded the different modules this year is disappearing. What the first leaks suggested about this smartphone.
The smartphone which, moreover, is to take over from the Galaxy Note range, was officially discontinued by Samsung last week. As such, we hope to find in the frame of the phone a space dedicated to storing the S Pen.
The design change may make sense because Samsung has used the same camera in recent years, but we do not sell it as it seems here, or the fact that only the models have a new camera design. Check out the general chat room