Check out these renders of the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra


The leaks just keep on coming. After Google seems to have inadvertently revealed pricing and a potential announcement date for the Galaxy S22 lineup, Evan Blass (@evleaks) is back with more. This time, Blass has shared high-resolution renders of all three Galaxy S22 devices, complete with the four different color options that will be available when the phones make their collective debut.

There’s really not much to write home about, as these renders line up with the various leaks that we’ve already seen. The Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus will be available in Pink, Black, Silver, and Green. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will ditch the Pink in favor of a Maroon color that is slightly reminiscent of the Mystic Bronze option found with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

These renders also provide further confirmation that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will include an S Pen, complete with a slot placed at the bottom of the phone. There will be three different “colors” for the S Pen, with Green, Black, and Silver. The Black and Maroon Galaxy S22 Ultra colors will feature an S Pen with a Black Tip, while the Silver and Green phones will have corresponding S Pens to match the rest of the phone.

For the time being, this is all that Blass has shared, but does confirm that “there’s more to come”. Perhaps we’ll learn a bit more about the specifications, or maybe some new software features that will be made available once the phones are released. No matter which way you slice it, this is just the beginning as more leaks are bound to arrive between now and whenever Samsung finally does hold its next Galaxy Unpacked event.

While the Galaxy S22 will be the main attraction, Samsung’s next event is going to be jam-packed, as the company is also expected to unveil the Galaxy Tab S8 lineup. Previous rumors and leaks suggest that the event will take place on either February 8 or 9.


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