Our long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S22 written review was published recently and now it’s time for the video breakdown of the smallest S22 member. Angie is here to give you a guided tour of the key features as well as how the phone fared in our proprietary tests.
It’s hard to find a more well-equipped flagship smartphone that is comfortably usable with one hand and the Galaxy S22 is one of the few options on the Android side. You get a bright and punchy 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED with up to 982 nits peak brightness and a variable refresh rate that ranges from 24 to 120Hz. Galaxy S22 brings a premium dual-glass design protected by Gorilla Victus + on both ends and an aluminum frame in the middle. It’s also IP-68 water and dust resistant and has a dual speaker array with Dolby Atmos.
Our review unit shipped with Samsung’s 4nm Exynos 2200 chipset which performed among the best flagships out now though we did notice some thermal throttling in heavier tasks like 3D gaming. The battery endurance here is non-inspiring to say the least with an 85-hour endurance rating in our tests.
The camera setup here is directly carried over from the Galaxy S22 + meaning a 50MP main cam, 12 MP ultrawide snapper and a 10MP telephoto module with 3x optical zoom. Daylight shots from all three sensors look great and leave little to be desired as do night-time snaps. Video recording on all three sensors performed admirably as well even in low light at up to 8K resolution on the main sensor.