The launch of the Galaxy S22 Ultra in the first quarter of 2022 saw Samsung merge the Note lineup with its Galaxy S devices.
Accordingly, the Korean company has integrated the stylus capabilities of the Galaxy Note series into the Galaxy S22 series, citing that maintaining a separate line with the main difference coming only from the S Pen is meaningless.

This move is a right decision for Samsung, as they have sold more than 11 million Galaxy S22 Ultra units. This number far exceeds sales for any Note series phones to date.

After the Note 7 battery explosion in 2017, Samsung switched to the Note 8 version following massive quality control measures. The Note 8 has improved the reliability of Samsung's S Pen stylus as more than 10 million units have been sold.

This device has sold surprisingly well, considering the starting price of $1,199.99 it is quite expensive. Samsung has proven very successful in selling high-end devices, and they also dropped the price of the Galaxy S22 Ultra by $125 in June of this year.

This smartphone comes with a 6.8-inch 2X AMOLED panel with 120Hz refresh rate and QHD+ resolution (3,088 x 1,440 pixels). In addition, this phone screen also has a 240Hz touch sampling rate, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage and a maximum brightness of 1,750 nits.

Galaxy S22 Ultra also impresses with its photography capabilities, thanks to its 108MP f/1.8 main camera, 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle lens, 3x 10MP f/2.4 telephoto camera and 10MP f/4.9 periscope lens with support 10x optical zoom support.


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