For Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series, leaks are constant before the official launch of February 9th and have left little (basically nothing) in the imagination about the new devices.
The latest leak comes from the famous leakster Evan Blass and features images that appear to have been intended for the official pages of the phones in the Samsung.com.
With these images we get a visual confirmation of all the specifications we have heard so far.
Initially, the Galaxy S22 will be the smallest of the three with a 6.1″ screen and a height of 146 mm. Galaxy S22+ will retain its 6.6-inch display and overall size, while the S22 Ultra will be slightly shorter and slightly wider than its predecessor, hosting an S pen as was the case in the Notes. The images below show the exact dimensions in millimeters.
Galaxy S22 series devices will have Dynamic AMOLED 2X displays with a maximum refresh rate of 120 Hz and HDR10+ support. The S22 and S22+ will have a maximum brightness of 1,300 nits, while the Ultra will go up to 1,750 nits.
As the images come from the Italian website, it is confirmed that they will carry the Exynos 2200 chip-set.
As for the cameras, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will have a 108 MP main camera, an ultra-wide 12 MP, a 10 MP telephoto lens and a 10 MP periscope with a Space Zoom of up to 100x and Super Clear Glass. The selfie camera will have a resolution of 40 MP.
The Galaxy S22 and S22+ will have a 50 MP main camera, 12 MP ultra wide and 10 MP telephoto lens with 30x Space Zoom. The selfie camera remains at 10 MP for the fourth year in a row.
Still, the three phones will be able to record 8K videos with “Super HDR” and the best image stabilization on a Galaxy phone.
Regarding the battery, the Galaxy S22+ and S22 Ultra will support 45W charging (0-100% in 60 minutes), while the vanilla S22 will have to settle for 25W (70 minutes for full charging).
The chargers will be sold separately, while in the box there will be only one C-to-C USB cable and a SIM exporter. The only exception is that the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which will come with an S Pen.
That’s because the S22 Ultra will be the first Galaxy S phone with a built-in S Pen. The S21 Ultra may have had support for it, but there was no place to store it.