Samsung Galaxy S22+ renders, key specifications
As seen in the renders above (shared by tipster Ishan Agarwal), this is what the Samsung Galaxy S22+ will look like. The device will feature a centrally-aligned single punch-hole selfie camera and uniformly narrow bezels around the display. The power button and the volume up and down buttons are on the right side of the device.
The device appears to feature a metal chassis owing to the antenna linings we can see on its sides. At the back, the Samsung Galaxy S22+ will feature a triple rear camera setup and an LED flash sitting to the right-hand side of the vertical camera module. We can also see a subtly-placed Samsung logo at the bottom of the device’s rear.
Furthermore, Ishan tells us that contrary to previous rumours, the Samsung Galaxy S22+ will launch in the UK with the Exynos 2200 processor. The 50MP wide-angle camera on the Samsung Galaxy S22+ and even the vanilla Samsung Galaxy S22 will have Adaptive Pixel technology, which necessarily uses two modes to capture photos – 108MP (remosiac mode) and 12MP (nonabinning). The pictures will be captured in 12-bit.
The Samsung Galaxy S22+ will feature up to 1,750 nits peak brightness and adaptive refresh rate. While the Samsung Galaxy S22 will weigh in at 167 grams, the Samsung Galaxy S22+ will be a tad heavier and will weigh in at 195 grams. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be the heaviest of the lot at 228 grams. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy S22+ will feature a 4,500mAh battery with support for 45W fast charging over a USB Type-C charging port.