Over the past few months, a few Samsung Galaxy S22 rumors and leaks have surfaced. Meanwhile, an ex-Samsung employee opens up about details about the Galaxy S22 renders. It’s expected that Samsung will announce its Galaxy S22 series in Q1 2022 most probably. The top Galaxy S22 Ultra variant has been in the news for a while, and we haven’t heard much about the other two models.
New high-definition rendered images have emerged of the Galaxy S22 design via LetsGoDigital. In this case, it’s important to point out that the render has been created in accordance with the details provided by a former Samsung employee named ‘Super Roader’.
On the basis of the rendered image, there are no significant differences as of now in comparison with the latest Galaxy S21 series. There is one thing we’ve noticed, however, and that is that the side bezels are now much narrower than they were before. We might be getting more rounded corners than ever before like in the iPhone 11 or later models. These are subjective preferences, however, and may not appeal to everyone.
Our expectation is that Samsung will redesign the Galaxy S22 lineup’s rear side apart from the camera module in a more substantive way. Although no specific hardware specifications are available yet, we may be given a glimpse of what to expect by the end of 2021. We would also like to see a better software department on the Galaxy S22 series rather than only focusing on the outer appearance.