LetsGoDigital unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra last week in the five colours that were expected: black, white, green, burgundy red, and dark rose. Meanwhile, press materials revealing the official colours of all three S-series smartphones have surfaced. This demonstrates that the hue of the green model will change somewhat from what we gave. In fact, the green Galaxy S22 Ultra is a little lighter, and the hues are a little more grey.
This also gives the hue a more professional appearance than the green Samsung Galaxy S22, for which we produced a set of 3D renderings on New Year’s Eve based on an official press shot.
The new visuals were developed by graphic artist Parvez Khan, alias Technizo Concept. He took the official marketing image supplied by 91Mobiles as a starting point.
The Samsung S22 is a device that is extremely eco-friendly.
Its Samsung S22 Ultra will also have a matte-finish glass back. It’s a tasteful, neutral green that works nicely with a variety of other colours. The natural hue gives you a sense of being one with nature. Green was unquestionably a trend hue in 2021, and it will continue to be so in 2022, not just in interiors and clothes, but also in consumer electronics.
As a result, the Samsung Galaxy S22 versions are far from the only green smartphones on the market. There’s also a green version of the Xiaomi 12 Pro, which is the only one with a vegan leather finish. In addition to black, the OnePlus 10 Pro, which will be released later this month, will be lined in green.
The S Pen will be included with the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The stylus pen is black, with the end of the pen being the same colour as the housing. When you keep the S Pen in the proper compartment, which is incorporated at the bottom of the phone, it colours well. As a result, the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s available cases with the S Pen compartment will be discontinued.
In addition, the camera’s design has been entirely overhauled. Furthermore, the device has substantially fewer rounded corners, as seen on the Galaxy Note series. As a result, the Samsung S22 Ultra is expected to supersede both the S21 Ultra and the Note 20 Ultra.
During a specially organised Galaxy Unpacked event in February, Samsung will formally announce the new S-series smartphones. However, the Galaxy S21 FE, which will be the cheapest addition to the Galaxy S21 series, will be released first this month. This is believed to be the first Samsung smartphone to ship with Android 12 pre-installed.