The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra features an integrated S Pen, a brighter display, and numerous camera enhancements in a compact design.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is an upgraded Galaxy Note with a speedier S-Pen, many camera upgrades, a brighter display, and faster charging. Overall, this is an excellent phone, although it is somewhat pricy, and the battery life may be improved.
- Included faster S-Pen
- Extremely brilliant display
- Cameras perform better in low light.
- Elegant style
- 45W charging speed
- Lower RAM than the previous model
- Battery life is less than that of the S21 Ultra.
The cameras on the Galaxy S22 Ultra are the most improved, with Samsung aiming to eclipse the iPhone-13 Pro Max and Google Pixel 6 Pro as the greatest photography phone with a slew of improvements. These improvements include a larger primary sensor for improved low-light photographs, an AI-enhanced portrait mode, and a new Super Clear lens.
- Samsung, on the other hand, charges a high price – $1,199 — for a phone that now has less RAM than before, and the S22 Ultra costs $100 to $300 more than its top competitors. That is one of the things that makes the choosing between the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the OnePlus 10 Pro difficult.
According to my tests, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is the best Android phone money can buy, if not the finest phone overall.
The best phone display: The AMOLED display of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is not only brighter than the competition, making it excellent for outdoor viewing, but it also has higher colour saturation.
The S Pen is superior:
Writing and drawing on the Galaxy S22 Ultra feels as fluid as pen & paper thanks to a 70% reduction in latency. There’s also a holster built in.
Better images (particularly in low light):
Thanks to a larger primary sensor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra takes brighter pictures than the S21 Ultra, and the Night Mode works even better in some situations than the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Samsung promises five years of update support and four years of major OS updates for this flagship, so it should last a long time.
Battery life should be improved:
In our web browsing battery test, we saw a bit more than 10 hours of endurance. That’s good, but it falls short of the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s over 12 hours.
Sleek and robust design:
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is protected by an armoured aluminium frame and a Gorilla Glass Victus+ back, but it’s lighter than the iPhone 13 Pro Max without the obnoxious notch. However, some people may not like the curved display.
45W charging is rapid (although not very fast):
the phone reached 67 percent in 30 minutes, which is not significantly faster than 25W charging (58 percent ).