Samsung Galaxy S22 Review | Oops, they did it again…

Reviewing the Samsung Galaxy S22, a 2022 flagship smartphone packing upgraded camera tech, the fresh Exynos 2200 chipset (if you’re a UK person) and competitive specs. However, the Samsung S22 mostly feels like an incremental upgrade at best, while the battery life is so bad it makes me want to drop to my knees and weep.

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While Sammy has added a fresh 50MP primary camera to this year’s phone, the photo and video quality seems much the same. Colours are occasionally boosted and low light performance is respectable, but the Pixel 6 and Find X5 have it beat.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 can cope with gaming on Genshin Impact and other demanding Android titles. However, it can get a bit warm at times and battery life wasn’t good enough to last me the day without a top-up.

You once again have a crisp Dynamic AMOLED screen with sharp contrast, plus a decent enough stereo speaker setup and Bluetooth streaming. The Galaxy S22’s design is a bit more premium vs the S21, while Samsung’s One UI 4.1 is generally well behaved and feature packed.

Let us know what you think of the Samsung S22 down in the comments below! Full three month verdict on the Ultra model is coming soon.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Review Chapters:
0:00 – Short chatty start bit
0:38 – Design
2:27 – OneUI & features
4:26 – Display & audio
6:10 – Performance & gaming
7:41 – Battery life (waahhhh)
9:04 – Cameras
12:05 – Verdict

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