According to a possible Samsung insider, the Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus displays will shrink compared to the Galaxy S21, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra will be just a smidge larger than its predecessor.
Twitter leaker Mauri QHD received diagonal display sizes for the 2022 Galaxy phones from his source. Compared to the S21 lineup, the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus may compress from 6.2″ (157mm) to 6.05″ (154mm) and from 6.7″ (170mm) to 6.55″ (166mm), respectively.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S22 Ultra could grow from 6.8″ to 6.81″. That extra 0.01″ or 0.25mm, almost imperceptible to the human eye, lets Samsung boast that its new phone is larger, but shouldn’t change the experience much from last year’s massive flagship.