Samsung Galaxy S22 Design Leaks, Almost No Bezels this time

 


The leaks that we’ve acquired through trusted sources are something that you would want to know. There’s plenty of rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S22 as the launch date is getting closer day by day. But one thing doesn’t seem to stop as the leaks keep on coming- and this one gives us a few more hints about how the phone’s look might change this time.



A famous tech geek “Ice Universe” recently on his Twitter shared some images of the tempered glass screen protector for both of the phones Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy S22, following images indicate the size and shape of the phones they will be protecting.

According to the tipster, it looks like these handsets are going to be slightly fatter and more rounded around the edges than the Samsung Galaxy S21 Comparatively. They seem to be upgrading the handset by tweaking the design, contributing to a slimmer and overall in-hand experience which is something to keep in mind while making a decision to buy it.

 

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We can see different screen sizes with the Samsung Galaxy S22 as compared to the Samsung Galaxy S21, claiming that the Samsung Galaxy S22 will have a 6.06-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus will have a 6.55-inch one and the S22 Ultra might have a 6.81-inch one. The size ratios have quite increased as compared to the prior series. 


 

Moreover, this trusted source claims that only the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will be having an LTPO display (A low-temperature polycrystalline oxide display is a special kind of backplane technology designed for OLED screens which are developed by Apple)., This display is likely to be the only variant model with a variable refresh rate, improving the speed even more than ever. It can turn out to be the only one with a glass back, as the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus will be having a plastic back, with the standard S21 already being plastic.


We've heard the same information about the sizes from one of our sources, a 120Hz refresh rate paired along with an FHD+ resolution screen on the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus, and a QHD+ one on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

 

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