For some time now, Samsung has had an interesting offer for buyers of gadgets and household appliances – special Bespoke versions that allow you to choose the desired color yourself. According to credible Korean leaker Lanzuk, the company is considering launching a Samsung Galaxy S22 Bespoke Edition as well, allowing buyers to choose from a variety of color combinations they can call their own.
The Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G offers 5 different colors to choose from – blue, yellow, pink, white, and black – alongside black or silver frame hues, and the source says the options for the Galaxy S22 will be similar.
For now, it looks like only the cheapest in the S22 range can be custom-made, which makes sense, given that it’s going to be the one that sells the most units and will have a glass body that makes the dying process faster and cheaper.
As for what the price of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Bespoke will be, that remains to be heard, but given that Samsung is charging just a Benjamin more for the unique colors of the Flip 3 5G, it shouldn’t be that different for the S22.
In addition, Samsung’s new flagship smartphone series is expected to launch soon. The three cell phones that will make up the series, Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra, have already been approved in Brazil with Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and S Pen. The base version of the family may cost more than the Galaxy S21 but count on the new Gorilla Glass Victus, 50MP camera, and more.
Recall, the Bespoke edition was announced in October 2021 and aims to bring more colors to the two halves of the Galaxy Z Flip 3‘s back cover. The total number of combinations reaches 49, in which the consumer can choose to paint the back section. with the same color, use two different colors, and even change the color of the sides and hinge.
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