Samsung Galaxy S22 appears in leaks
Samsung Galaxy S22 appears in leaks

A video from Unbox Therapy shows three fakes of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S22 series cell phones and gives people a first look at the design of the cell phone.

Although the video has since been deleted, it has been re-uploaded on other channels. The video has surfaced along with other details about the upcoming phone, including camera specifications and images of the new fast charger.

It should be noted that this is not the first time that fake Galaxy S22 lenses have been leaked online. An OnLeaks leaker posted a similar screenshot on his Twitter account in the middle of last month.

The Unbox Therapy video seems to recognize these early designs and shows the phone more clearly.

The three phones in the Unbox Therapy video are believed to be the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22, although those names aren't final.

The design of the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus appears to be similar to last year's Galaxy S21, with a raised camera in the upper left corner of the back. And both virtual units seem to have triple camera setups.

A recently leaked data sheet shows that the Galaxy S22 has a 6.1-inch screen (the Galaxy S21 has a 6.2-inch screen).

In contrast, the screen size of the Galaxy S22 Plus is 6.55 inches. Although previous reports indicate that both have a 50MP main camera along with an ultra-wide-angle camera and telephoto cameras.

Possible designs for three Samsung phones

According to leaks last month, the Galaxy S22 Ultra appears to have a similar design to the Galaxy Note, with a square top and bottom and an integrated S Pen holder.

There are also no pitfalls around the phone's four reporting cameras. The leaked data sheet says it will include a 108MP main sensor. And an ultra-wide 12-megapixel sensor. Equipped with a 10 MP 3x remote sensor and a 10 MP 10x periscope sensor.

The data sheet indicated that this 108MP main sensor may have an ultra-clear glass lens, which appears to be a trademark of Gorilla Glass.

In the video accompanying the leaked data sheet, the person responsible for the leak speculated that the design of this new lens could reduce the small bright spots that can appear in the viewfinder at night.

Roland Quandt of WinFuture also shared an image of a 45W Galaxy S22 ultra-fast charger that appears to only have a USB-C charging port. This means that the Galaxy S21 Ultra can be charged faster than 25W.

It is not known when these phones will be released. Samsung launched the Galaxy S21 series in mid-January last year. But the company usually chooses to launch this line of phones in February.

Due to ongoing supply chain issues and a global chip scarcity, it is difficult to predict when the Galaxy S22 phones will appear.

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