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A former Samsung employee reveals the appearance of the Galaxy S22!  - computer world

A former Samsung employee reveals the appearance of the Galaxy S22! – computer world

Samsung is expected to unveil the three flagship Galaxy S22 models in February next year. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has been the subject of several controversial renders so far, while the other two models have remained in the shadows. However, this is expected to change soon.

New high definition photography Alleged Galaxy S22 designFeatured via LetsGoDigital. Most importantly, these performances were reportedly based on Information obtained from a former Samsung employee, known as Super roder.

Below is a video where the Super Roader talks about it all (in Korean):

Considering the above offers, The Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ will look very similar to their predecessors, with the difference that it is a little more polished. You have Thinner Width of Edges And maybe a slightly more advanced camera body that keeps the same overall look.

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Źródło: Giuseppe Spinelli / LetsGoDigital

Źródło: Giuseppe Spinelli / LetsGoDigital

Galaxy S21 series has been widely praised for its flagship camera design. For this reason, it is not surprising that the designs of the current Galaxy S22, which have a completely different design, are causing a lot of controversy. Fortunately, everything points to that Samsung does not intend to fundamentally differ from the well-known design of the Galaxy S21 series.

Źródło: Giuseppe Spinelli / LetsGoDigital

Źródło: Giuseppe Spinelli / LetsGoDigital

Źródło: Giuseppe Spinelli / LetsGoDigital

Źródło: Giuseppe Spinelli / LetsGoDigital

We expect it The premiere of the Galaxy S22 series will be held in February next year. Initially, it was said that it would happen in January, but everything changed after information began to emerge about the alleged launch of the Galaxy S21 FE at CES 2022, which is scheduled to take place in early January.

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