First of all, keep in mind that the launch of the Galaxy S22 FE is expected sometime later this year or early next year, and the information we have is still unofficial and as such is subject to change.
In terms of looks, the Galaxy S22 FE could look like the currently leading Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 +. It should have a prominent camera module and a flat-screen.
As for other hardware specifications, we can only speculate that Samsung will stick to current practices in terms of chips, cameras, and software.
To put it bluntly, rumors have recently surfaced that the Galaxy S22 FE could be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chip, however, this scenario is not as likely (possibly in some Asian countries). The more likely scenarios are the Exynos 2200 and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (of course depending on the market).
Next up is the camera, unfortunately, we haven’t heard any rumors about the camera system that will use the Galaxy S22 FE, but if Samsung continues with the now common practice, the S22 FE will bring the flagship level of the main camera, while others will probably be telephoto and wide-angle sensors.
Samsung used the same 12MP + 8MP + 12MP camera configuration for the Galaxy S20 FE and Galaxy S21 FE, so we believe that with the S22 FE Samsung could make some changes.
In terms of software, this year Samsung went a step further when it expanded its support policy, i.e. when it announced it would provide four major Android upgrades for select Galaxy phones and tablets.
This decision applies even to midrange devices like the Galaxy A33 and A53 and therefore there is no reason to omit the Galaxy S22 FE. Another mitigating circumstance is if the S22 FE comes out early next year then it would most likely arrive with Android 13, which means it would even get Android 17 (of course if Google continues to release Android at the same pace).