Samsung is launching the latest iterations of its flagship Galaxy S smartphones this month.
The S22 series is the Korean electronics giant’s answer to Apple’s iPhone 13, which came on the market in September 2021. Apple’s iPhones recorded sales growth during the pandemic. On the other hand, Samsung’s sales were tepid and sluggish around the same time.
The S22 series will have improved camera functions and will be powered by a faster processor chip.
Samsung’s Galaxy 22 includes three new mobile devices: There are two basic models – the S22 and the S22 Plus, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra is the high-end model in the series.
Designed for consumers who prefer to have the highest quality videos and photos on their devices, the S22 series camera offers enhanced low light and night shots. Moreover, its automatic framing can track up to 10 people in deep focus.
The series’ high-end version, the S22 Ultra, will come with Samsung’s signature stylus.
In terms of overall appearance, the S22 phones have ditched the rounded edges of the S21 phones, opting instead for a flat-edge design. In terms of screen size, the S22’s screen appears to be about an inch smaller than the S21.
Another significant improvement is the camera system on the back of the device. While the S21 has two 12-megapixel cameras and a 64-megapixel telephoto camera, the S22 has a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 50-megapixel wide camera and a 10-megapixel 3x optical zoom telephoto shooter. Users who are very demanding in their photos and videos will be pleased.
Internally, the S22 is powered by Qualcomm’s current Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, and the battery, like the device’s screen size, has become a little smaller compared to previous iterations of the S series.
The S22 series phones will be available in stores from February 25. Galaxy S22 can be purchased for $799.98, while S22 Plus is pegged at $999.99. Finally, the very fashionable S22 Ultra will cost $1,199.99 in the U.S.
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