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SAMSUNG Galaxy S22 Ultra Smartphone 256GB Phantom Black

167 reviews
5 star phone.Amazing cameras,100x zoom,8k24 compatible.Amazing display , 1440p 120fps(can go all the way down to a max of 120hz)
I bought this series of phone for the Camera, and having gone through a few iterations of the "S" line I'm so far very happy with the update to the S22 Ultra
Speaker is terrible compared to the Note 20 Ultra. No SD storage card expansion. Credit Card MST capability removed which means I cannot use the phone for credit card scanners
The fingerprint scanner is so very very bad. I have to try 5 to 7 times to unlock my phone even after I update the software. On top of all that, the sound quality is horrible
I got an overheated phone after texting msgs on fb messenger in 20 mins. Fast delivery and good Amazon services. I decided to return it
This is a good looking phone but it is very heavy compared to the Note 10 plus. It is also much thicker and not comfortable
The camera is amazing and the zoom is unbelievable but in my opinion it is not worth the cost. This is a good looking phone but it is very heavy compared to the Note 10 plus
SAMSUNG Galaxy S22 Ultra has been one catastrophe after another. Phone was running "Mad Hot" during calls/use/charging
The Ultra 22 started out promising with zest and a premium feel. I spent at least $200 trying to find the perfect case and screen protector for my 4-5 year, $1271 investment
Average Product Score
4.5 / 5167 *

Description

8K recording, the highest recording resolution available on a smartphone. Portrait Mode auto-detects and adjusts to what you want front and center, making all your photos worthy of a frame. The Galaxy S22 Ultra adaptive screen automatically optimizes color and brightness, outdoors and indoors.

Positive summary

5/5
The screen is very sharp and bright, the inscreen fingerprint reader is quick
The screen is incredibly sharp and bright, the in-screen fingerprint reader is speedy, the battery life on 75 percent brightness is average, the camera is amazing, and the pen is back and as good as ever. If you loved the S21, this phone is a significant upgrade, even if some of the advantages are minor. Beware, buyer... I've had this phone for about a week and a half. I'm quite happy with my buy. I don't give a damn about the decision to not support connected headphones or SD cards. There is always a way out. (I will never utilize any cloud storage service for anything.) I have SSH access to my personal server. ) If I ever run out of space, I can upload everything to a home server. The screen's clarity and brightness haven't lost any of their enchantment. "Wow, that's absolutely great," I still think to myself now and then. The audio quality of WIFI, Bluetooth, and cell phones is all excellent. With moderate use, the battery lasted about 2 1/2 days at 50% brightness @ WQHD+ 3088 x1440. I also like the weight; it's well-balanced and has a high-end feel about it. My only regrets have nothing to do with this phone and are between myself and the Gods. You'll be hating life after one drop on the pavement.

Negative summary

2/5
The camera is amazing and the zoom is unbelievable but in my opinion it is not worth
The camera is fantastic, and the zoom is incredible, but it is not worth the price, in my opinion. This phone has a nice design, but it is quite heavy when compared to the Note 10 plus. It's also thicker and less pleasant to carry for extended periods of time. While utilizing, there is no discernible difference in performance. You can't turn off 5G without a third-party app if you're on Verizon or ATT. In the end, I'll be returning this to Samsung. My 10 Plus is still going strong after three years, and I just can't justify the exorbitant price for what is essentially a camera improvement. I was excited to upgrade from my SAMSUNG Galaxy 9+, but the experience so far has been nothing short of a disaster. Samsung has never failed me down before. By far the worst phone experience I've ever had! I'm even considering switching to Apple. However, I am confident that I will continue to use the Note 8 until it stops operating properly. After all of these Android issues, it has undoubtedly lasted me for more than 29 days. It still doesn't operate properly! When you first obtain the phone, it loses signal and has to be reset every day. There is a weak cellphone signal, and you must restart every time you receive one.
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