Samsung Galaxy S22 Leak Reveals Flatter Camera Bump, Similar Design [PICS]

Image: @OnLeaks on Twitter and ZoutonUS

In collaboration with Zouton, known tipster @OnLeaks on Saturday shared high-quality leaked renders of Samsung’s Galaxy S22, revealing a design language awfully reminiscent of 2021’s Galaxy S21 series (save for a noticeably flatter camera module on the back).

According to the leaked renders, Samsung’s base Galaxy S22 will feature a roughly 6″ flat display, which, knowing Samsung, will be a high refresh rate AMOLED panel.

On the back, we’re going to have a triple camera setup comprised of a 50MP Wide, 12MP Ultra Wide, and 12MP Telephoto shooter. Interestingly, the camera system will be housed inside a Galaxy S21-like camera bump on the back (albeit flatter, so the phone rests more flush with surfaces), and not the new P-shaped camera module the Galaxy S22 Ultra was seen sporting in recent leaks.

Image: @OnLeaks on Twitter and ZoutonUS

According to the renders, the base Galaxy S22 will stand 146mm in height and 70.5mm in width, with a thickness of 7.6mm. The leaks also suggest that the Galaxy S22 and S22+ will be priced at, and take this with a grain of salt, $799-$1,199 USD depending on storage configuration.

Samsung isn’t expected to launch its Galaxy S22 line until early 2022. With the launch of Samsung’s next flagship smartphone line a few months away at best, we probably won’t learn much else about the series until we head into the next calendar year.