Christmas red: ‘Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra appears in Burgundy Red’

Christmas red: ‘Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra appears in Burgundy Red’

Most phones come in black, white, gray, sometimes blue, but very occasionally manufacturers jump out of the band and go for a striking different color. Samsung seems to be releasing the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra in Burgundy Red.

Burgundy Red

LetsGoDigital has had renders made of the new color of the upcoming Samsung. Earlier there were rumors about a bright red color, but this turns out to be a bit more subtle and business-like. Furthermore, the smartphone would also come in the colors black, white and green, so Christmas is complete in that regard. However, the first official image from Samsung showed a pink-purple variant, which indicates five different colors for Samsung’s flagship.

If you buy the phone, it is better to buy a transparent case, because otherwise the colors are almost not reflected. In the 3D renders below you can see how beautiful that red color is. It is not firefighter red, but more the color red of a glass of red wine. Think, for example, of the colors in which Galaxy S8 and S9 have appeared.

Christmas red: 'Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra appears in Burgundy Red'

Samsung Galaxy S22

The renders were made by graphic designer Parvez Khan, better known as Technizo Concept. If you prefer to go for gold, that may also be an option: this time Samsung would not go for rose gold but pink gold. All with a matte finish, because all S22 devices are ultimately matte. However, it is only up to the Ultra edition to also be able to be used with the S Pen.

If you want to know more about Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, read our page about this upcoming phone. The device will have a waterdrop camera and a 108 megapixel main camera and a 12 megapixel ultra-wide angle camera and two 10 megapixel telephoto cameras. The battery is 5,000 mAh and fast charging at 45W is supported.

Samsung Galaxy S22 is expected in February 2022.

– Thanks for information from Androidworld. Source

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