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More Galaxy S22 renders leak, showing off colorways of all variants
- A new set of leaked renders show off the various Samsung Galaxy S22 colors.
- Design-wise, the renders match up to the latest rumors.
- Once again, it appears the Galaxy S22 Ultra will have different color options when compared to the Galaxy S22.
We still don’t know when Samsung will launch its 2022 flagship series, but it can’t be far off now. With all the leaks we’ve seen so far, the launch must be within the next month or two.
See also: Everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S22 series
To add more to the pile, we have some new leaked renders. They appear to show off the Samsung Galaxy S22 colors. As in years past, there are multiple color options for each device, with slightly different colors available for the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
You can see the renders for yourself below, courtesy of 91Mobiles (and corroborated by trusted leaker Evan Blass):
Samsung Galaxy S22 colors
According to these leaked renders, the Samsung Galaxy S22 colors could be Phantom Pink, Phantom Black, Phantom Green, and Phantom White. Unfortunately, 91Mobiles doesn’t confirm whether the back of the phone will be glass as rumored or if it’s going to be “glasstic” again.
All in all, the phone doesn’t look much different from the Samsung Galaxy S21. It’s interesting to see Samsung repeat itself so blatantly this year, as that hasn’t really happened before within the Galaxy S line. However, it’s worked for Apple for years, so maybe that’s Samsung’s inspiration on this front.
Galaxy S22 Ultra colors
As far as the Ultra variant goes, the colors on offer are slightly different from the Samsung Galaxy S22 colors. The black, white, and green variants appear to be the same, but a purple variant — which 91Mobiles says could be branded as Burgundy or possibly Phantom Burgundy — takes the place of the pink model.
This does appear to be the final design of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Earlier on, we had renders that showed very different designs for the rear camera module. But these renders suggest this could be what the phone looks like at retail. Frankly, this is a lot better than that early P-shaped design.
We will likely hear more about the Galaxy S22 series in the next few weeks, so stay tuned.