A Samsung sent me the S22 Ultra It’s the S22Plus analyze. The two are there competing side by side with a lot in common, but what really drove me to bring you this content was the differences and how they can affect the choice of smartphone, mostly depending on your personal taste. So you want to know which is the best Samsung to buy, the Galaxy S22 Ultra or Galaxy S22 Plus? Stick with me until the end of the video and I’ll show you which situation each of them makes the most of.
Samsung comparison Galaxy S22 Ultra vs Galaxy S22 Plus: which one to buy?
It is to this question that the answer “SUCH” corresponds perfectly.
screen and size
Analyzing the differences between them, we start with the physical size, this takes us directly to the screen.
We have 6.6 inches on the S22 Plus and 6.8 inches on the S22 Ultra, in addition to size there is also a difference in resolution, QuadHD on Ultra versus FullHD on Plus. In terms of perception, it is very difficult to see the differences with the naked eye. Both screens have superb colors, sharpness without forgetting the maximum brightness which is blinding, it is 1750 nits in peak.
In this case, the size of the my taste is for the S22 Plusbut no doubt bigger screen with more resolution is better, point for the S22 Ultra.
In the battery we also have differences, starting with the nominal value, they are 5000 mAh in the S22 Ultra and 4500 mAh in the S22 Plus. From these numbers alone we already know that 10% more battery the S22 Ultra has, but does that also come down to battery life?
Em our Oficina da Net battery testwe analyze a circuit of 7 different heavy activities to find out if the smartphone can last a day of battery life, this is the conclusion of the tests. The S22 Ultra lasted 7h20min of screen time on during this test, while the S22 Plus for 7h30min. In other words, even with a smaller battery, it was possible to maintain practically the same autonomy in both. In this case, we had a tie.
Now let’s talk about performance, both have practically the same Materialexcept for the RAM memory, where in the S22 Plus we have 8 GB and 12 in the Ultra, the internal components are the same. In performance testingboth oscillated between who was ahead in one test and another, which is to say we’ll definitely get the most that a Snapdragon 8 Gen1 can offer. Tie in question;
Perhaps the main dead end of this comparison is the cameras, the Plus loses some advantages that the Ultra has, starting with the main sensor, we no longer have a 108MP but a 50MP. It also loses the 10x telephoto lens, which is very good by the way, finally we went from 40MP on the selfie camera to 10MP. But are the photos very different? Now let’s see a bunch of photos, side by side so you can compare and comment if there is a difference or not.
I see barely noticeable differences that make the Ultra’s main lens and front lens look slightly sharper, especially when zooming in on photos. But you wouldn’t be able to identify it by taking a quick look at the photos without me showing who is who. So for me the Ultra wins the point to have an additional camera and sensors with more resolution.
The prices of the two are quite different, the Ultra arrived for R$9,500, it’s now R$7,200. O More, arrived for R$7,000, now R$5,400. Both have dropped around R$2,000 since February when they were launched in Brazil.
Conclusion: Which one to choose?
Well, in order not to be on the fence, we have to be clear and objective. There is a portion of people who will prefer the Ultra, for the bigger size, Spen and more cameras. I even understand that there is this preference, but as you read the comparison so far, I would like to know my opinion and, personally, I prefer the S22 Plus 👑 I tell you the reasons. The large size for me is bad for my daily life, those who follow me in the videos and on twitter know that I talk about it a lot. My life lately has been one of many physical activities and a big smartphone like the Ultra ends up being more of a hindrance than a help.
The S22 Plus has the cameras that I consider an ideal set, a good quality main sensor, an ultra wide lens and another 3x telephoto lens. This trio allows me to take quality photos, wide angle shots and amazing portrait modes. Not to mention the post-processing that Samsung in 2022, especially on night shots, broke. So you don’t need to invest more in Ultra unless Spen productivity or benefits are really essential in your life.
Included or S22 Plus (offers here)it has more than you need in a high-end smartphone, simple as that!