Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Review

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra delivers a built-in S Pen, a brighter display, and much of a camera upgrades in a sleek design.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is an amped-up Galaxy Note with a faster S Pen inbuiltplenty of camera improvements, a brighter display, and faster charging. this is often a stellar phone overall, but it is also pretty pricey and the battery life could be better.


+ Faster S Pen inbuilt
+ Super bright display
+ Cameras offer better low-light performance
+ Sleek design
+ Faster 45W charging


– Pricey
– Less RAM than the previous model
– Shorter battery life than S21 Ultra


Samsung knows what power users want, as evidenced by the Galaxy S22 Ultra. This new beast adds the Galaxy Note’s best feature while offering plenty of other upgrades. Yup, there’s an S Pen inbuilt, but there is a lot more going on with this flagship as Samsung tries to top our best phone list.
For starters, the S Pen is more responsive, as Samsung made it 70% faster with less latency. The display is additionally brighter and more colorful than anything we’ve tested, and you get faster 45W charging.

Starting price:


Android version:

12, One UI 4.1


6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED (3088 x 1440)

Refresh rate:



Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (US), Exynos 2200 (UK)


8GB, 12GB

Storage / Expandable:

128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB / No

Rear cameras:

108MP (f/2.2) main, 12MP (f/2.2) ultrawide, 10MP (f/2.4) 10x telephoto, 10MP (f/2.4) 3x telephoto

Front camera:

40MP (f/2.2)


5,000 mAh

Battery life (Hrs: Mins):

8:50 (adaptive), 10:18 (60Hz)


6.43 x 3.07 x 0.35 inches


8 ounces


Phantom Black, Phantom White, Burgundy, Green


The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s biggest upgrades include its cameras, as Samsung is shooting to overtake the iPhone 13 Pro Max and Google Pixel 6 Pro because the best camera phone with the assistance of a raft of upgrades. These include a much bigger main sensor for better low-light photos, an AI-boosted portrait mode, and a replacement Super Clear lens.
On the opposite hand, Samsung is asking plenty of money — $1,199 — for a phone that now comes with less RAM than before, and therefore the S22 Ultra costs $100 to $300 more than its top competitors.

Best phone display yet:

The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s AMOLED panel isn’t only brighter than the competition, making it ideal for outdoor viewing, but it delivers better color saturation.

The S Pen is better:

By reducing the latency by 70%, writing and drawing on the Galaxy S22 Ultra feels as smooth as pen and paper. and there is a holster built in.

Better photos (especially in low light):

because of a bigger main sensor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra delivers brighter pictures than the S21 Ultra, and the Night Mode works even better than the iPhone 13 Pro Max in specific scenarios.

Longer support:

Samsung is promising five years of update support and 4 years of major OS updates, so this flagship should be ready to last you a long time.

Battery life might be better:

We saw a little over 10 hours of endurance in our web surfing battery test. That’s good but behind the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s over 12 hours.

Sleek and sturdy design:

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is protected by an armor aluminum frame and Gorilla Glass Victus+ back, and yet it’s lighter than the iPhone 13 Pro Max without a lame notch. Some might not dig the curved display, though.

45W charging is fast (but not that fast):

The phone needs to be 67% in 30 minutes, which isn’t that much faster than 25W (58%).


The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is definitely the most powerful and versatile Android phone on this side a foldable. this is often the best display we’ve tested in a phone, and Samsung’s cameras are much improved, especially in low light. Plus, the powerful zoom continues to be hard to beat.

Is the Galaxy S22 Ultra worth $300 more than the Google Pixel 6 Pro? That’s not an easy call. The S22’s Ultra delivers a brighter screen, longer battery life, and a faster chip, but while the S Pen is quicker and smoother than before, not everyone appreciates that perk. and therefore the Pixel 6 Pro’s camera quality is better in some instances.
Then there’s the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which is quicker than the S22 Ultra, lasts longer on a charge, and delivers better photo quality (with the exception of low-light shots). Still, we prefer the sleeker design of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and the more powerful zoom.

Overall, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is the best premium Android phone, and it’s extremely close to being the best phone period.

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