The Samsung Galaxy S22’s debut has been a long time coming, but there’s still a lot we don’t know about it.
The leaks keep on coming, and the most recent one provides us with a few more hints about how the phone’s design may change this time around.
Ice Universe, a well-known tipster, has taken to Twitter to show off some photos of the tempered glass screen protector for both the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus, indicating the size and form of the phones they’re protecting.
It now appears that these handsets will be somewhat more rounded and fatter than the Samsung Galaxy S21 versions they’ll replace, which is something to consider if you’re thinking of upgrading your phone.
This is the first time we have seen the Tempered Glass Screen Protector of Galaxy S22 and S22 +. We can find that they are more rounded and slightly fatter than S21 series. pic.twitter.com/3BhneQsSTqOctober 15, 2021
At this point, all that we know is that the two suspects are still at large.
The Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus are expected to be wider than their predecessors, at least in terms of length. We’ve already heard a lot about the devices, with talk of an improved CPU and camera enhancements this time around.
We’re also a fan of the colors that the phones are expected to be available in, and we’ll undoubtedly hear more about the Galaxy S22 series before it launches.
One last question is when the release date will be; it may be delayed to allow for Samsung’s Galaxy S21 FE.
We’re all aware of evolution, but what about revolution?
What’s apparent from the leaks that we’ve seen so far is that the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus will not be dramatically different from their S21 predecessors. It appears that most of the enhancements will be confined to the inside.
None of this is confirmed yet, but according to Samsung rumors, the S21 and S21 Plus won’t change up Samsung’s Galaxy S formula much – and they might even provide less than those phones released in April by Samsung.
Depending on software optimization and power management, this might not be significant. The battery in the Galaxy S22 is expected to have a capacity of 3,700mAh, compared to 4,000mAh in the Galaxy S21.
It would seem that the phone will receive a redesign and that an embedded stylus slot for the S Pen will make it comparable to the Samsung Galaxy Note for next year.
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