For a flagship phone that’s not coming until February next year, there have been some surprisingly extensive Galaxy S22 leaks already. We’ve seen everything from highly-detailed renders to actual photos of the Ultra model, ruining much of whatever event Samsung will hold to formally announce its next flagship lineup.
Today, another leak is upon us, though this time we’re not seeing the phones themselves or hearing any rumors about their specs and features. Instead, the folks over at Android Police have published what they claim are wallpapers from the Galaxy S22 series, ready for your downloading pleasure!
You can instantly notice how Samsung isn’t diverging from the usual theme it follows for wallpapers that come preloaded on its flagship devices. These Galaxy S22 wallpapers show splashes of sand in different hues, and one of them is dark mode-friendly, as well.
And no, despite having leaked so early, these wallpapers aren’t low-res. Three of them measure 2340×2340 pixels and the dark one is 3072×3072 pixels, so they should look great on whatever device you may decide to use them on. If you’re using Android 12 and One UI 4.0, remember that you can also use colors from the wallpaper for your system theme and icons!
Check out the wallpapers below; to download them individually, just click on the image you want to expand it to its full size, then right-click/long press it to save it to your computer or phone. To download all four wallpapers in a single ZIP archive, click this link.