Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series has been announced. The Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra make up the three devices in the new line-up, which is sure to be another thrilling chapter in Samsung’s long history of smartphones.
In terms of design, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is unquestionably the best of the bunch, with a slick look and an S Pen included.
It’s also worth noting that the Galaxy S22 is more accessible to the general public because of its recognizable style and lower price point.
It was revealed today, February 9, at a special online-only event for the Galaxy S22 series. Reservations for pre-orders have been available for a few weeks now.
The Galaxy S22 on sale all across the world on February 25. Additionally, pre-orders for any of the phones will begin shipping at that time, but it’s possible that some customers could get their devices sooner than others.
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- Samsung Galaxy S22 launch price: $799 (no change vs Galaxy S21)
- Samsung Galaxy S22+ launch price: $999 (no change vs S21+)
- Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra launch price: $1199 (no change vs S21 Ultra)
Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series has somewhat smaller screens than the Galaxy S21 series from the previous year. In other words, the Galaxy S22 has a 6-inch screen, the S22 Plus has a 6-inch screen, and the S22 Ultra has a 6-inch screen.
A user can choose between 1 fps and 120 fps on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, but the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus can only switch between 48 fps and 120 fps on the Galaxy S22.
Samsung’s Exynos and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon are used in the Galaxy S22 series, depending on the area.
There are now four Cortex-A710 cores operating at 2500 MHz, three Cortex-A710 cores running at 3000 MHz, and one Cortex-A510 core running at up to 1800 MHz in the top Qualcomm chipset, which uses a 4nm manufacturing process.
4nm Exynos 2200 has the newest and greatest ARM CPU cores and an enhanced neural processing unit (NPU) to offer the component a formidable advantage in mobile gaming, photography, and social networking applications.
Ray tracing technology is available for the first time on mobile GPUs with AMD RDNA 2, which is expected to provide great gaming performance.
Galaxy S22/S22+ Colors
- Phantom Black
- Pink Gold
- Cream (Samsung.com exclusive)
- Violet (Samsung.com exclusive)
- Sky Blue (Samsung.com exclusive)
- Graphite (Samsung.com exclusive)
Battery And Charging
The Galaxy S22’s battery is smaller, at 3700mAh than the Galaxy S21’s, which had a 4000mAh cell. The Galaxy S22+ has a 4500mAh battery, compared to the 4800mAh battery of the Galaxy S21+. This is another degradation for the S22+.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra, which has a 5000mAh battery, is the only one of the three versions to retain its battery capacity this year. Also, don’t forget to get a charger and data cord if you need them.
In terms of charging, the smallest Galaxy S22 has opted for the short straw. With a maximum of 25W wired charging, it is the only one that does not have the ability to profit from up to 45W fast charging.
In less than 20 minutes, they are able to juice to more than 50%.
With Wireless PowerShare, you may share your phone’s battery power with other compatible devices, and all phones have this feature.
It has a 108-megapixel primary camera with a third-generation ISOCELL HM3 sensor and a Super Clear lens to help with low-light photography on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The 120-degree field of view and F2.2 aperture of the 12MP ultra-wide camera makes it ideal for landscape photography.
A 3X 10MP with an F2.4 aperture and a specialized 10X 10MP periscope with an F4.9 aperture is also included in the kit. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a maximum zoom level of 100X Space Zoom. Finally, there’s a 40MP selfie camera on the market.
Galaxy S22 and Plus have less spectacular cameras, yet they are comparable in design. Cameras with an F1.8 aperture and 85-degree field of view are found on both.
Similar to the S22 Ultra’s 12MP ultra-wide camera, it has an F2.2 aperture and a 120-degree field of view. A single 3X 10MP camera with an F2.4 aperture and picture stabilization is available on both devices. The selfie camera has a 10MP resolution.