Galaxy S22 Plus: These are the changes you will find in it

The Galaxy S22 Plus is the middle model in Samsung’s flagship series this year, and the truth is – it’s not really different from its predecessor, although the changes you will find in it would have been quite desirable.

In terms of design, Samsung has changed a number of small things in the device. First, there is a slight change in the frame of the device – now its edges are the same from all directions. Along with this change, Samsung has chosen to give up the curvature on the sides of the device this year – something that affects the ease of holding and using it on a regular basis (small changes – have we already said that?). However, the device itself still features round corners.

At the back of the device, you can find a triangular photo array, which also includes a number of modifications. The array includes a 50-megapixel wide camera (more than the previous generation), a telephoto camera with a 10-megapixel sensor (which supports optical zoom up to three times) and a super-wide camera that includes a 12-megapixel sensor.

Next to these lenses, on the front of the device you can find a selfie camera with a resolution of 10 megapixels. The device provides an excellent photo experience, although the changes compared to the previous generation were not too significant. In any case, as expected from Samsung devices – I was not disappointed with the products obtained.

The South Korean giant has invested a lot of thought in the screen of this series of devices, which displays an impressive brightness capability and higher than that of the iPhones (1,750 nits). This means that it can also be used under direct sunlight – something quite common in our Israeli weather. The high refresh rate provides a pleasant feeling, and the device feels very agile. The S22 Plus is equipped with a 6.6-inch screen with an FHD + resolution measured at 1,080 x2,340 pixels, and although it may seem like a slight lower than the previous generation, it does not feel that way at all. The only identical thing in the context of screens is the panel of the screen.

The device series arrived in Israel with Qualcomm’s flagship processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, along with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory. Similar to the previous generation, and unlike many manufacturers today, the internal memory can not be expanded using a memory card – and the truth is, a pity. In the shadow of the impressive performance, it is hard to miss the fact that the device heats up a bit when in use and especially when playing and charging. The warming is not too significant and does not interfere with the day-to-day operation of the device (fact – I did not feel the need to set it aside to “cool down”, although I did feel the warming). But I would definitely expect Samsung devices not to suffer from this problem, or at least not in a noticeable way.

The device is equipped with a 4,500 amp battery, slightly smaller than it was in the previous generation. However, I still managed to pass a full and quite busy work day with the device – without the need for a charger. Since I connected the device to the charger, I encountered an improvement in its fast charging – which now supports a power of up to 45 watts. Despite the impressive improvement – you still will not find a compatible charger in the box.

By Editor

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