The phone is seen in four colours in a new Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra leak

The Samsung Galaxy S22 family is now leaking at a breakneck pace, and the newest claim features photographs of the family’s biggest member in four distinct colour variants.

We’ve received identical photographs from a number of sources before, but this is the first time all four colour variations have leaked from the same source at the same time.

The phone is on display in the white, black, burgundy, and green colour variants that we’ve heard about earlier from various sources. It’s presently unknown whether or not there will be other colour options.

Although the photographs are low-resolution, you can see the phone in each of these colours from the front and back. The green hue, which has been the most illusive model in prior reports, is the most intriguing.

In terms of the remainder of the appearance, this smartphone will resemble the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, with a boxier form than the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

There’s enough capacity within the phone for the S Pen pen, and we’re anticipating four cameras on the back. A 108MP primary camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and two 10MP telephoto cameras are predicted.

A 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 3088 is expected on the front. On the front of the phone, there might be a 40MP selfie camera.

Color choice that is unexpected

Green is an intriguing option for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra’s new hue. It’s a hue we haven’t seen on the company’s flagship phones in a long time, and it’s an unusual colour option for most high-end phones.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE comes in an Olive Green colour, although it’s a lot lighter than the green we saw before.

Even if this is a spiritual successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, it’s nice to see the firm expanding the colour palette.

The Galaxy S21 Ultra, on the other hand, only came in six colour combinations, so it’s not as fantastic as the Galaxy S21 Ultra from 2021. When the Galaxy S22 series is introduced, which is likely on February 8 during an Unpacked event, you’ll know which colour choices are available to you.