The new year is marked by new Samsung Galaxy devices, which were launched early Thursday morning at their online event Unpacked.
And this year, the Korean company did something different when it changed the design between the standard and the “plus” model in the Ultra version.
All models also have several significant improvements to the camera system, which will surely please anyone who likes to take a lot of photos and videos. Here’s what you need to know about the new Galaxy S22 series.
Samsung’s “absolute best” smartphone is back in 2022 with a familiar design. There is a clear inspiration taken from the already discarded Galaxy Note series for the S22 Ultra with rounded sides of the phone and a flat top and bottom. And picking up the S-Pen will impress many people who are disappointed that Samsung has decided to kill the Note line.
Galaxy S22 Ultra
The Galaxy S22 Ultra combines an aluminum frame and exclusive Gorilla Glass Victus + glass, which guarantees a robust and durable design that will satisfy its 6.8-inch display. We have seen that the usual refresh rate of 120 Hz has become the basis of most flagship phones over the last year and the display will be even brighter.
Faster charging is also included by Samsung, which says you can get 50 percent charge in less than 20 minutes. For the first time, the S-Pen was built into the S-Series. The technology giant is working to reduce latency when using the S-Pen to make typing smoother and more natural by anticipating your movement. There are also enhancements for synchronizing multiple applications and devices, including the new Tab S8 series, which helps a much better workflow.
In addition to the productivity aspect of the Ultra, Samsung is really pushing for the latest camera innovations that come in the latest Galaxy line.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra has four rear cameras (108MP Wide, 12MP Ultra-Wide, 10MP telephoto, 3x optical zoom, 10MP telephoto, 10x optical zoom) and a 40MP front selfie camera. Space Zoom returns with the ability to stand up, zoom in and in person with each photo taken.