Samsung Galaxy S22 Review

Samsung Galaxy S22

The Samsung Galaxy S22 is small and quick phone with enough high-end features to impress by offering a clean and reliable Android experience. It has a steady update that has kept the good from S21, and has upgraded the camera, processor, and materials to generate a strong Android device. With its big brother Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra in the market, it can be compared to Apple iPhone 13 in terms of photography, screen size, and battery life. The Galaxy S22 is a premium handset in lower price.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Price in Pakistan

The Samsung Galaxy S22 is the smartphone that you get if your preferences are upscale yet your financial plan is a little downrange. Samsung Galaxy S22 price in Pakistan is Rs. 201,000 with 256GB Built-in and 8GB RAM and 128 GB is available in lesser price.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Design

Samsung Galaxy S22 design is similar to the design of last year’s Galaxy S21 having a 6.1-inch display which 0.1 inches smaller than its predecessor. A prominent change in S22 is the new Gorilla Glass Victus Plus back, as it was plastic last year. The phone now feels and looks as much premium and solid as the iPhone 13. This is a phone that’s small phone that has aluminum frame which has small, albeit comfortable curve, which is more comfortable to hold for long periods than the iPhone 13 for many people. The phone is water and dust-resistant with IP68 rated. The contour-cut camera module is attractive and efficient. There are just two buttons along one edge of the phone.  – power and the volume rocker. On the top is a tiny hole for a microphone and the bottom possess one speaker, the SIM slot, another microphone hole, and the USB-C charging port.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Display

The Dynamic AMOLED display has a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels, which is great, but lower than the iPhone 13’s Super Retina XDR. Samsung’s Vision Booster technology not adjusts brightness automatically so you won’t have to struggle even in sunlight. To accommodate the 10MP front-facing camera, Samsung has cut a small circle in the display which is not distracting, the scrolling, videos, and games are smooth due to adaptive refresh rate (10Hz to 120Hz). Underneath the display is the ultrasonic fingerprint reader which is an effective biometric security tool and it also supports face recognition.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Cameras

The Galaxy S22 has the same basic camera setup that Samsung used for the Galaxy S21, but with some prominent upgrades in device which has still three lenses, but some of the sensors backing them are 23% larger and different. The 12MP ultrawide f/2.2 camera is virtually unchanged, but it’s now grouped with a new 50MP f/1.8 main camera and a 10MP f/2.3 telephoto. That last camera has far fewer pixels than the S21’s 64MP sensor but keeps the zoom at 3x which is optical zoom. You can enjoy digital zoom up to 30x, which is good enough. On the front is the 10MP selfie camera, same as Galaxy S21.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Software

The Galaxy S22 is powered by Samsung’s One UI 4.1 software. This is the latest version of Samsung’s Android interface software, which Samsung claims to be more intuitive and useful than past versions. This is also a 5G phone, that implies enjoy blazing-fast mobile connectivity where you can get good signal. The real seal is Samsung’s increased software support starting with the Galaxy S22. The phone maker now promises four years of Android software updates in addition to five years of security support. That brings the Galaxy S22 closer to Apple’s level of lengthy support than any other Android phone maker.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Specs

Samsung has featured S22 line with the latest mobile chipsets that is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Other than US and Asia the Galaxy S22 runs on Samsung’s own Exynos 2200. Both processors are paired with 8GB of RAM, and either 128GB or 256GB storage. On Geekbench score, which measures general performance, Galaxy S22 produced single and multicore scores of 1,204 and 3,348, which is not bad Both but generally lower than the Apple’s A15 Bionic’s though. The Galaxy S22 has more than enough power for casual browsing, working and good performance for videos, games, 4K video shooting, and editing. The Galaxy S22 able to connect 5G to both mmWave and sub-6GHz networks using Snapdragon X65 modem, which is Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line modem for now.

Battery and Charging

Samsung shrunk the Galaxy S22’s battery down by 300mAh, from a capacity of 4,000mAh on the S21 to 3,700mAh here, but without much impact as we still have roughly 12 hours of battery life with varied and almost constant use. The phone doesn’t ship with a charging adapter – just the USB-C cable – but you can use any compatible 25W adapter or charge wirelessly via a Qi adapter.