Samsung Galaxy S22 First Experience: How’s The Samsung’s New Flagship?


Our long wait is over. The much-talked-about Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event 2022 took place last evening. During its inauguration, Samsung unveiled a new series of Galaxy S22 phones, namely, the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus.

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which comes with a stylus. It is essentially a follow-up to the once-popular Galaxy Note series. The S22 Ultra, according to Samsung, offers a quicker S-Pen reaction speed. Furthermore, a new high-poweredGalaxy Tab S8 Android tablet was also announced. 

Let’s dive into more details of what was announced at the event.

Samsung Galaxy S22
Samsung Galaxy S22

Galaxy S22 Ultra 

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is the first Samsung phone since the Galaxy Note 20 to include S Pen support and a physical slot on the phone for storing the stylus. Fans of the S Pen who purchased last year’s Galaxy S21 Ultra had to buy the pen separately and choose a phone cover that could keep it. 

Further improvements to the phone are more incremental, such as the CPU, camera, and screen advancements. The camera hardware is comparable to the previous edition. Perhaps the low-light performance and portrait mode with depth mapping have been enhanced. RAW shooting is now possible on the gadget, and it can charge at a rate of 45W.

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The S22 Experience

The Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus appear remarkably similar to the previous Galaxy S21 models. Indeed the only catch is the matching colours for the camera bump and body instead of clashing colours. 

The actual physical upgrade comes from the inclusion of Gorilla Glass Victus Plus on both the front and back. The displays are 6.1 and 6.6 inches in size, with resolutions of 2340×1080. However, Samsung believes that additional improvements will improve the device’s ability to photograph at night and frame numerous subjects.

This year’s S22 is quite a similar device compared to the old flagship, but there are some worth improvements. But it’s not a must-have upgrade for the one’s who already own a flagship or the last S21 series device.


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