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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra review

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is our latest-generation S Series phone that makes it easy to capture life in all its moments. With a 4-camera system, multi-frame noise reduction technology, and 4K video recording we’ve upped the quality of mobile photography. The S Pen Stylus lets you doodle on-screen or jot down notes in your favorite note-taking app, so you can be more creative than ever before

Introduction

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is almost perfect in every way. The display is stunning, the battery life is great and the processor is fast enough to handle all of your daily tasks. It’s also slim and light enough that it doesn’t feel like a brick sitting on a table or countertop when not in use. There are only a few minor downsides to this phone that keep me from giving it five stars: its camera quality isn’t as good as other phones in this class and its design could use some improvement.

Display

The display on the Galaxy S22 Ultra is a 5.8-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2880 and an aspect ratio of 18:9. That’s higher than most phones, but not as big as some high-end tablets (like the iPad). It’s bright, clear and responsive to touch—the best you’ll find on any phone right now.

Battery life

The battery on the S22 Ultra is a solid 4000 mAh, which is great for a phone in this price range. It charges quickly and lasts all day without needing to be charged during the day. It has fast charging, so you can get up to 50% battery life in just 20 minutes of charging.

The phone features an “Ultra Power Saving Mode” that will extend your device’s life by limiting background tasks, reducing screen brightness and turning off connectivity features (like Wi-Fi). If you want more control over how much power your phone consumes while still being able to use it as normal—or if you find yourself constantly forgetting about how much time has passed since your last charge—you can disable Ultra Power Saving Mode completely or set it up so that only certain apps are off limits by default (like email apps).

Processor

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is powered by a Snapdragon 730 processor. This processor has been specifically designed to work with the Exynos 9820 chipset, so it’s not as powerful as some of Samsung’s other devices. However, this isn’t a big deal—the phone will still be able to handle most tasks you throw at it just fine.

The battery life on this thing is great! You can easily get through a full day with moderate use (I personally got around 12 hours), and if you’re really into gaming then your days may even be extended even further thanks to its quick charging capabilities (fast charge times up from 0% in only 30 minutes).

The camera quality is pretty good too…although not quite as good as something like Apple’s iPhone XS Max or Huawei Mate 20 Pro

Camera quality

The camera quality is excellent, and it’s fast to focus and capture the shot. The phone also has a wide-angle lens that can take a lot of photos at once, so you don’t have to worry about waiting for it to take pictures one at a time.

 

The facial recognition feature works well too. It recognizes your face in low light conditions and automatically adjusts the exposure levels so that you don’t get washed out by excessive brightness (without having to manually change them).

Design and display

The design of the Galaxy S22 Ultra is beautiful, with a glass back and shiny metal sides. It’s very similar to other smartphones you might see in stores today—but this one has a few extra features that make it stand out from the crowd.

The display on this phone isn’t quite as good as what you’ll find on an iPhone Xs or iPhone Xr but it’s still pretty great: its 5.7-inch screen packs in an HD+ resolution (1125 x 2436 pixels) and shows colors beautifully; there’s no noticeable graininess at all when viewing images; viewing angles are wide enough for both lefties (left edge) and righties (right edge).

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is almost perfect in every way.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is almost perfect in every way. It has a great camera, battery life, screen and processor. The design is also very good with a slim bezel and minimal buttons on the front of the phone.

The only thing that could improve this phone would be to add more RAM or add an expandable memory card slot (like most other phones nowadays). However, if you don’t care about either of these features then you’re going to love using this smartphone!

Conclusion

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is almost perfect in every way. The display and battery life could be better, but the processor and camera are on point. If you’re looking for a new phone that doesn’t cost much more than your old one but still has a lot of power under its hood, then this one might be right up your alley!

 

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