EXPERTS predict that Samsung’s Galaxy S22 could rival the iPhone as rumors of its expected features continue to swirl.
Even though Samsung has not confirmed a launch date, the coveted device is believed to be dropping in the earlier half of February.
A ‘leaked’ image of the Samsung Galaxy S22 dropped in December.
Rumors of Samsung’s newest phone have been circulating the web for several months now.
In Mid-December, the world even received a ‘leaked image’ of the mysterious device that experts suspected might be the real thing.
Still, with several leaked pages claiming they have the 411 on the device, it can be hard to know just what to expect.
That being said, we’ve rounded up the latest leaks and rumors to help you navigate this influx of information.
One longstanding leaker shared photos of three screen protectors for the Galaxy S22 on Twitter.
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This suggests that we’ll get at least three different size-variant models, which is in keeping with previous Samsung Galaxy generations.
The new phone range is expected to feature the same three models we’ve seen in the past: The Standard, Plus, and Ultra.
However, another persistent rumor hovering around the launch is insisting that the S22 Ultra will instead be named the S22 Note.
A separate report by Notebook Check highlights another leak, this time from the Chinese social media site Weibo.
In that leak, we see more shots of screen protectors, as well as camera protectors that indicate what sort of camera arrangements we may be expecting.
There are three lens cut-outs on two of the models, suggesting a triple-lens camera in a block on the top left corner, and at least five on the larger third variant.
Large screen size
Rumors are suggesting that the new Galaxy S22 Ultra could have a built-in stylus and a huge home screen.
Another leak suggested that the device features a glossy texture, as opposed to a more matte-like finish.
It’s important to keep in mind that these are all just rumors, however, the world should know soon enough exactly what the Samsung Galaxy S22 has to offer.
The new Galaxy is expected to have a triple-lens camera
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