What you need to know
- We asked our readers which color Galaxy S22 they were most interested in.
- The Green color variant received the most votes of any color, followed by Phantom Black and Burgundy.
- Pink Gold was the least popular colorway.
Preorders for the Galaxy S22 series are underway, and we're already seeing some color variants sold out on Samsung's website. So over the weekend, we asked which color our readers would be most interested in buying.
Of the votes, more than 40% showed interest in the Green colorway, which is also a popular color among Android Central staff. In fact, it's one of the colorways that's currently sold out on Samsung's website for the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Coming in second is the Phantom Black colorway with 22% of votes, proving that the classic color will never go out of style. The Burgundy colorway came in third place with 13% of votes, although this colorway is exclusive to the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
One reader, wickets, had to wait three days before he could order their preferred color, which was the custom Graphite which is available for each model:
However, the decision isn't as easy for some, which is understandable as just about every colorway looks pretty great:
I was reluctant to buy this, but if I did, i really wanted white, I prefer white or black phones, but it wasn't available in 256GB. I considered 512GB, then Green and even Red, but after thinking about it.... I just settled for Black.
As you can see, I like Black (or Grey)😁 pic.twitter.com/aOSvN4DGJWI was reluctant to buy this, but if I did, i really wanted white, I prefer white or black phones, but it wasn't available in 256GB. I considered 512GB, then Green and even Red, but after thinking about it.... I just settled for Black.
As you can see, I like Black (or Grey)😁 pic.twitter.com/aOSvN4DGJW— 🄰🅂🄷 🏴 (@_AndroidAsh) February 12, 2022February 12, 2022
As it stands, the Phantom White S22 Ultra colorway also appears to be sold out on Samsung's website, although it may not be for very long. That said, you're still in luck for some color variants depending on the model and storage size. However, the 1TB Galaxy S22 Ultra appears to be sold out completely, no matter what color you want.
If you're still on the fence, you can check out our Galaxy S22 color guide so get a look at all the different colorways. For some of you, it may not matter since you're likely to throw any of the best Galaxy S22 Ultra cases (although clear cases are still very much a thing).
The new standard
The Galaxy S22 and S22+ may look essentially the same as last year's models, but Samsung has included plenty of internal upgrades that make them worth a look at. Plus, you get a striking set of colorways, including a fantastic green.
The Phantom of the Note
Sleek, classic, dark
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is the new successor to the Galaxy Note line, complete with a built-in, two-tone S Pen that matches the phone's seven different colorways, including green, burgundy, and a Samsung-exclusive red.
Derrek is a long-time Nokia and LG fanboy who loves astronomy, videography, and sci-fi movies. When he's not working, he's most likely working out or smoldering at the camera.
Put a case of color of your choice.
Good point. With that said, I got two different colors, one for wife and one for son, and then got them clear cases to enjoy their respective color scheme. There are a couple of ways to get the "color" you want 👍
Put on a clear case!
Until the case starts turning yellow.....
Actually, there are a number of case manufactures who specifically advertise resistance to yellowing. In fact, the case I have on my S10 has never yellowed. Not a bit.
Do you have a URL for an S22 Ultra case?
Burgundy was the closest I could get to purple, so I went with that. So tired of lame color choices by OEMs. BORING.
I got burgundy as well. Not a fan of green. Would have gone with the Phantom Black if the burgundy was sold out.
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