Samsung is introducing the Galaxy S22 series. Not much is known right now about the upcoming flagship smartphone series. Tipster has shared some pictures of the screen protectors of the three smartphones, the Vanilla Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 + and Galaxy S22 Ultra. Pictures show that one of the smartphones – the Galaxy S22 Ultra – will get square off edges, while the other two smartphones will get curved edges.
Dipster Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) has shared some pictures of the screen protectors of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series. As mentioned, the pictures show that one of the smartphones will get the Galaxy S22 Ultra Square of Edge. The other two smartphones are shown with rounded edges. All three screen protectors are shown with a hole-punch cutout featuring a selfie camera. However, an earlier report suggested that the Galaxy S22 Ultra might get a water drop-style notch.
It is true that screen protectors do not provide much insight into the design of the upcoming Samsung flagship series, but they do suggest a difference in the sizes of the three smartphones. The pictures also show that the Galaxy S22 series may come with very thin bezels on all four sides – which confirms last month’s report. Screen protectors suggest that the Vanilla Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 + get flat displays and high-quality Galaxy S22 ultra curved displays.
Earlier this month, LetsGoDigital partnered with Italian digital artist Giuseppe Spinelli to share some renders of the Galaxy S22. The renders were developed based on information provided by the South Korean Dipster Super Rotor. The design of the upcoming smartphone series is said to be similar to the outgoing Galaxy S21 series, but the renders show that it will have flat front and rear panels. The design of the Galaxy S22 Ultra is also said to be similar to the Galaxy Note series.
The release also shares that the Vanilla Galaxy S22 will get a 6.06-inch full HD + display and the Galaxy S22 + 6.55-inch display. Both the smartphones are said to get a 19.5: 9 aspect ratio and a 120Hz upgrade rate.