There is a good chance that next month we will officially get to know the Samsung Galaxy S22, the S22+ and the S22 Ultra. Unofficially, today is the day when, if all goes well, we can discover the smartphones in the flesh.
After many different images revealed the smartphones, at least in terms of design, once again two different videos see the light of day. Not from the least: Unbox Therapy and Steve H. McFly.
Samsung Galaxy S22 in the flesh
Popular YouTube channel Unbox Therapy had a new video online about the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. “Had” because the video has since been taken offline. Fortunately, the folks at 9to5Google saw the buzz and took a screenshot of the smartphones. That picture shows all the models of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. So we see the compact standard model, the plus model and the Note. Euh…Ultra!
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Well, OK… #Samsung #GalaxyS22 #GalaxyS22Plus #GalaxyS22Ultra #Dummy pic.twitter.com/CD8rnHhStx
– Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) December 13, 2021
Not much new information comes out through the video. Although it does give us a good impression of what the smartphones will look like “in real life”. By the way, just like the video of OnLeaks above, it is about dummy models. So logically, these are not yet the real thing, but they do come incredibly close.
By the way, it does look like the new Galaxy S22 and S22+ take a slightly different approach to last year’s design. But in the grand scheme of things, the two devices match up. In this regard, the Samsung Galaxy S22, the entry-level model of the series, does look more compact than the previous model.
The dummies (Image: 9to5Google)
The Note really does seem to be back
The most striking smartphone in the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is without a doubt the Ultra. Not because of the fact that it says goodbye to the camera block, but more because it marks the return of the Galaxy Note. Where fans had to do without last year, the Ultra seems to be almost identical to the Galaxy Note 20. The smartphone appeared in 2020 and, except for the camera system, has the same design.
In fact, even the device’s rose color option seems to have been adopted. Want to know more? Then be sure to check out the article above.