Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G (Price & Specs)

The Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G is priced between RM5,099 (8+125GB) and RM5,499 (12+256) in Malaysia. The specifications include a 6.8″ AMOLED 120Hz display (with HDR10+ support), 8/12GB of RAM and 128/256/512GB/1TB of ROM, a 108MP front camera, a 10MP + 10MP + 12MP rear camera, a 5000mAh battery (with 45W fast charging), and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. The smartphone comes in Phantom Black, White, Burgundy, Green, Graphite, Red, and Sky Blue, and can be purchased via Shopee MY and Lazada MY. To view the current offer pricing, click any of the buttons below.

Key Features of the Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a departure from the rest of the s-series in terms of design. It's heavier and bulkier, and its cameras don't sit on a camera bump like the previous model. Also, like the Galaxy Note, the Ultra has a flat back at the top and bottom. The phone has a full IP68 rating for ingress protection, and the back is made of Gorilla Glass Victus+, which makes its body pretty durable.

The S22 Ultra incorporates the stylus into the design, with a dedicated dock at the bottom, as a major improvement over the previous model. Instead of having to store your pen elsewhere, as with the S21 Ultra, you can keep it with you at all times.

The stylus is the same, but the S22 Ultra's AI is even better at predicting your motions than the previous version – lowering the pen's latency from 9 milliseconds to under 3. Writing notes is faster and easier than ever before, thanks to new features that make handwriting conversion even more accurate.

Display-wise, it's a 6.8-inch Edge QHD+ AMOLED display and a lightning-fast 120 Hz refresh rate. The edges of the display are curved and wrapped around to meet the frame, giving the device a unique appearance. The 120-hertz refresh rate makes swiping and scrolling on the screen appear more fluid.

The refresh rate adapts to static content. As an energy-saving measure, the UI rendering is capable of running at a rate as low as 1 frame per second (fps) and 24 Hz (hertz).

HDR10+ is also supported, and if you choose the correct profile in the colour settings, the colours can be very accurate. The S22 Ultra is also the brightest in its class. It can reach 500 nits with the manual slider, and this increases to roughly 830 nits if you use the extra brightness feature.

If you turn on auto brightness mode, you can get an even more significant boost, up to 1250 nits. As a bonus, when the “Auto Brightness” mode is turned on, a new feature called “Vision Booster” adjusts the screen contrast based on the amount of light in the area, making it easier to read in direct sunlight.

A fast ultrasonic fingerprint scanner sits beneath the screen, allowing you to quickly wake up and unlock the phone. The S22 Ultra has two stereo speakers, with the earpiece serving as one. Despite the lack of a MicroSD card slot, this device has up to 1 TB of internal storage.

The S22 Ultra uses Samsung's ONE UI 4.1, which is based on Android 12.1. Samsung also gives security updates for 5 years and updates for 4 generations of Android and ONE UI.

The S22 Ultra has either an Exynos 2200 or a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor under the hood. Both are made with 4-nanometer technology, but the Exynos version has a GPU made by AMD, which is better for graphics performance.

The S22 Ultra has the same 5,000 mAh battery as the S22. The S22 Ultra supports fast charging at up to 45 watts, but a 45-watt adapter won't charge the phone any faster than a 25-watt adapter.

As far as the cameras go, there is a 108-megapixel primary camera, a 10-megapixel telephoto with optical image stabilisation, a 3x optical zoom, a 10-megapixel periscope with 3x optical zoom, and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera. All the cameras are nearly identical to last year's model, save for the telephoto lenses, which have smaller sensors and pixel density.

All of the cameras on the S22 Ultra can record up to 4K video at 60fps, and the primary camera can record 8K video at 24fps. Electronic stabilisation is available for all cameras and resolutions, and it does a great job of keeping the footage steady. The “Super Steady” mode further smooths things down, but it's only available at 1080p.

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