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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: The More We Use It, The More We Appreciate It

Samsung has been always incorporates their cutting-edge technology and features into its flagship phones, including this year's trio of Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra. The three mobile screens are said to be brighter now that they use a 2X Dynamic AMOLED panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Furthermore, all three S22 series screens claimed to be more sophisticated than their predecessor. ZulYusmar.com tried out the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra this past month to put this claim to the test. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is the highest-ranking device in the Galaxy S22 Series.



This phone has the largest screen of the other two variants, measuring 6.8 inches and featuring a WQHD Plus resolution (3,088 x 1,440 pixels) and a maximum brightness level of up to 1,750 nits. Samsung also includes Vision Booster technology, which allows content on the screen to be clearly seen even in direct sunlight. As we took the Galaxy S22 Ultra outside in fairly bright daylight conditions, we had no trouble seeing when we browsed the various menus or viewed different contents and apps on the screen of this phone in these conditions.

Aside from easily viewable content, the navigation process and animation of various menus on the phone screen feel very smooth, thanks to the 120 Hz Adaptive Refresh Rate feature. This feature allows the phone to adjust the screen's refresh rate based on the content displayed. The screen will reduce the refresh rate to save power when viewing static content on the internet, such as images or articles. Furthermore, the Samsung S22 Ultra users can activate the Eye Comfort Shield feature to make the screen safe and pleasing to the eye. This feature adjusts the screen's color while reducing blue light, which can harm the eyes.

In terms of color, users can apply screen color modes based on their preferences, such as bright and bright colors (Vivid) or natural (Natural), which is close to the original color of the content being viewed. Our experience watching YouTube, Netflix, and similar streaming applications at various resolutions, including 4K (2160p), feels quite comfortable without any obstacles, thanks to the multiple features and sophistication of the Galaxy S22 Ultra screen.

We tested the battery life of the Galaxy S22 Ultra in addition to the screen. The battery in this phone is 5,000 mAh, which is 500 mAh larger than the battery in the Galaxy S21 Ultra. In regular use, we can conclude that the battery of this phone is long-lasting and powerful enough to power our daily activities from early morning until late at night. This is because this phone can run for 13-16 hours on a single charge, depending on the intensity of application usage. Normal usage includes browsing, watching videos, using WhatsApp, Instagram, and other apps, and playing light to heavy games for short periods.

Furthermore, if we look at the battery usage settings menu (Battery Usage), we can get a screen on time (SoT) of up to more than 12 hours, with a full screen off time (standby) of around 7 hours. During the SoT, we played popular games known to be "greedy" for hardware resources and batteries, such as Genshin Impact, for about 2 hours. We used up about 35% of the battery charge while playing heavy games for that long.

Users can save the battery on this phone in various ways, one of which is to use HD Plus or Full HD Plus resolution mode instead of WQHD Plus in the display settings menu. However, we believe this will have little effect on the battery and only save about an hour of power. As a result, for the best screen experience, we recommend that users continue to use the highest resolution mode (WQHD Plus).

In addition to lowering the screen resolution, users can enable the Power Saving feature, increasing battery life by approximately 4 hours. The screen refresh rate is automatically reduced to 60 Hz when this mode is enabled. Features such as location checking, app synchronization, Always-On Display (AOD), and so on are also restricted. In other words, we advise against using the power saving feature or Power Saving unless necessary.



We believe that the Power Saving feature is unnecessary when using the Galaxy S22 Ultra because the battery power of this phone is fast enough to charge back to 100%. This phone already supports Super Fast Charging technology, with a power output of 45 watts, significantly quicker than the Galaxy S21 Ultra's 25-watt charging speed. Because of these features, the Galaxy S22 Ultra battery can be charged back to 100% (from 0%) in less than an hour.



To enjoy the fast charging experience, users will require a charger that supports fast charging at the same power level (45W) or higher because the Galaxy S22 Ultra sales box will only include a data cable and no charger head. We use a charger head with PowerDelivery 3.0 technology and a maximum power output of up to 65W. To charge the phone, users can use a charger head that supports 15W, 18W, or 25W fast charging; however, the battery charging process will almost certainly take longer.

To summarize everything, we've been using the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra for a month and are pleased with its performance. For us, it began visually — a sleek new design with an integrated camera module and a slim S Pen — but it goes far beyond all-day battery life and next-generation chipsets. We've discovered that the more we use our phones, the more we value practical tools that elevate our user experience. That's the kind of thing we wish every smartphone had! Whether using the S Pen as a remote shutter release for the camera or editing RAW photos in post-production, among other things.
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