Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (from RM5,099), S22+ (from RM4,099), S22 (from RM3,499) pre-order starts Feb 10

From left: The S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra feature 3,700mAh, 4,500mAh and 5,000mAh batteries, respectively. — Photos: ANGELIN YEOH/The Star

Electronics giant Samsung has taken the wraps off its 2022 flagship series, revealing three models – the S22 Ultra (6.8in display), S22+ (6.6in) and S22 (6.1in).

The main model, S22 Ultra, merges the features of its S and Note series, now coming with a built-in S Pen stylus that’s more responsive with a 70% lower latency.

It has four cameras on the back – a 108-megapixel wide camera, 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, 10-megapixel telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom and 10-megapixel telephoto camera with 10x optical zoom. On the front is a 40-megapixel camera.

The S22 Ultra has a 2.4um pixel sensor, claimed to be Samsung’s largest sensor ever, enabling it to capture more light and data.

It’s coupled with an “advanced Super Clear Glass lens” that helps take smoother and clearer nighttime videos without flare.

Both the S22+ and S22 feature three cameras on the back – a 50-megapixel wide camera as the main shooter, 12-megapixel ultra wide camera and 10-megapixel telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom. They have a 10-megapixel selfie camera on the front.

New to the entire S22 range is the Nightography feature, which the company claims will shoot crisp and clear photos, whether night or day, from both the front and back cameras.

They also have a new Auto Framing feature that is supposed to be able to detect and track up to 10 people, and automatically adjust the focus for videos.

The S22 Ultra (right) comes with four cameras and 100x Space zoom. The other two models feature three cameras.The S22 Ultra (right) comes with four cameras and 100x Space zoom. The other two models feature three cameras.

All three models run on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, manufactured using the 4nm process, and feature WiFi 6E, which is up to 2x faster than WiFI 6.

Though the smartphones have different sized screens, they are all Dynamic Amoled 2x displays, with the S22 Ultra and S22+ boasting 1,750nits peak brightness and the S22 1,300nits peak brightness.

The S22 Ultra, which comes with a 5,000mAh battery, will be available in three configurations – RM5,099 (8GB RAM/128GB), RM5,499 (12GB/256GB) and RM5,899 (12GB/512GB).

Four colour options will be available, namely Phantom Black, Phantom Silver, Green and Burgundy.

The S22+, which houses a 4,500mAh battery, is priced at RM4,099 for the 128GB model and RM4,299 for the 256GB model – both versions with 8GB RAM.

The S22 comes with a 3700mAh battery and is priced at RM3,499 for the 128GB model and RM3,699 for the 256GB model.

Both the S22+ and S22 will be available in Phantom Black, Phantom Silver, Green and Pink Gold.

All three smartphones can be pre-ordered from now till March 3 to receive rewards worth up to RM1,317, including an e-voucher worth RM800 and a silicone cover with strap (worth RM169). Exclusive to the S22 Ultra pre-order is the Galaxy X Lamy Safari Twin Pen (RM269), while for the S22+ and S22 it’s the camera filter mount (RM169).

The phones can be pre-ordered at Samsung Experience Stores, Samsung authorised partners, and Samsung Malaysia Online Store.

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