Samsung launched Galaxy S22 Ultra which is a Note by another name

Galaxy S22 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has proven to be everything that rumours and leaks suggested it would be. With a $1,199 price tag, it comes with a 6.8-inch screen, a built-in S pen stylus, and a slew of cameras.

Aside from the stylus, the S22 Ultra gets some modest camera improvements for low-light and portrait photography, as well as quicker wired charging and all of the other features you’d expect from a 2022 flagship. And it’s a device that appears to be deserving of the title of flagship.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a progressive update of the S21 Ultra, with the exception of the stylus and a modest design shift. S22 Ultra replaces Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line chip from last year with the latest version: the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in the United States (other parts of the world may have a 4nm Exynos chipset). Its 6.8-inch OLED screen still has a 120Hz variable refresh rate, but it can reach a peak brightness of 1,750 nits in direct sunshine.

Gorilla Glass Victus Plus on the front and back panels, enhanced 45W fast wired charging (wireless 15W), and a 1TB storage version are among the other features. A 5,000mAh battery, 5G and Wi-Fi 6 / Wi-Fi 6E, and, of course, IP68 weather resistance are all included.

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With the S22 series, Samsung’s software support policy has improved substantially. It’s offering at least four generations of Android OS updates, up from the three it originally promised for S-series smartphones and matching its existing security update policy of four years.

The S22 Ultra’s camera specifications are identical to those of its predecessor, including a 108-megapixel main camera, 3x and 10x telephoto sensors, a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 40-megapixel selfie camera. Users can now take night mode portraits and high-resolution night mode photographs – previously, you could either take a high-res or a night mode shot, but not both at the same time.

The Ultra produces a 108-megapixel image with the additional light-gathering features of pixel-binning technology, while the S22 and S22 Plus produce a 50-megapixel image.

Samsung also claims to have made some significant improvements to the portrait mode depth mapping. The S22 series, according to the manufacturer, can better recognize subjects and distinguish them from the background, even down to individual hair strands, owing to processing advancements.

Expert RAW, a beta application that Samsung released for the S21 Ultra last year, is now accessible in the S22 series completely. It works with all of the S22 Ultra’s rear cameras and allows for the capture of computational RAW images, combines the best features of multi-frame capture with the flexibility of RAW shooting in post-processing. It also has manual exposure adjustments, such as ISO and shutter speed.

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Fans of S series may pre-order the Galaxy S22 Ultra in phantom black, phantom white, green, or a new burgundy colour starting today at Samsung.com. The smartphone will be available in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage on February 25th. The 128GB model features 8GB of RAM, while the rest of the models have 12GB.

However, for Pakistani Samsung lovers, the pre-order starts from 1st March till 17th March. On pre-orders, you will get Galaxy Buds Pro and Leather Cover complimentary.
Apart from that you will also get a 50% off on screen replacement within 1 year warranty period.

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