The Galaxy S22 series should be roughly four months away, assuming that Samsung will unveil it in January as it did the Galaxy S21 trio. Rumors have been floating around for some time, but we have yet to see an official representation of the upcoming flagship’s final design. Nobody but Samsung knows exactly how the Galaxy S22 series will turn up, but a new fan-made concept now offers a preview of what could be.
The unofficial presentation video below showcases a high-quality fan-made 3D render of what the Galaxy S22+ could look like. And it looks similar to the Galaxy S21+. It’s an attempted refinement of the existing model, featuring a more prominent camera housing. The concept was created by Technizo Concept in collaboration with LetsGoDigital.
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The unofficial concept paints a realistic view of what the Galaxy S22+ could look like, and it takes into account the probability that it won’t utilize UDC (Under-Display Camera) technology. UDC debuted with the Galaxy Z Fold 3, but rumor has it Samsung is keeping UDC technology reserved for larger-screen/foldable devices for the time being. Either way, here’s a sample of its capabilities on the Z Fold 3.
As for the Galaxy S22+, some of the rumors so far hint at a 6.55-inch display, a 12MP main + 50MP ultra-wide + 10MP telephoto camera setup, and 45W fast-charging capabilities.
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