Review Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G – This latest flagship cellphone will come with a design concept that is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra. The screen is curved on the left and right, the body is large with squared corners, and has an integrated S Pen slot in it.
Like the teaser video that was spread by Samsung some time ago, this phone is a combination of the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note Series. It could be, this is a real sign that Samsung will indeed “turn off” the Galaxy Note series and will not launch it again.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a 2X Dynamic AMOLED screen with a size of 6.8 inches. The resolution is 3K aka 3,080 x 1,440 pixels with support for an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate.
Yes, this phone screen is capable of displaying content at speeds of 1Hz to 120Hz according to the needs or applications that the user runs. The light intensity is so high it reaches 1750 nits and has been protected by Gorilla Glass Victus.
In the processor sector, Samsung has pinned powerful specifications on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The processor consists of two types, depending on the country where the phone is officially sold.
In Europe, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is powered by the latest Exynos 2200 processor supported by an AMD RDNA 2 GPU which is perfect for high-end gaming purposes. Maybe in other countries this smartphone will be supported by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is also equipped with RAM ranging from 8 GB to 12 GB, storage memory of 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB, and a battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh which is supported by fast charging.
This smartphone has camera specifications similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with much better imaging quality. The main camera uses a 108MP sensor supported by OIS, a 12MP ultrawide camera, a 10MP telephoto camera with OIS that has 3x magnification, and a periscope camera with OIS that has a magnification of up to 10x.
While on the front, there is a 40MP selfie camera placed in the camera hole in the top center of the screen. The Galaxy S22 Ultra most likely doesn’t support under-display camera technology like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3.