The Galaxy S22 Ultra is Samsung’s flagship smartphone right now, but it still has a few issues that need improvement.
Galaxy S22 Ultra is one of Samsung’s cult flagships in 2022, equipped with a 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED screen with high QHD Plus resolution as well as a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz.
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In addition, Galaxy S22 Ultra uses Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip in most countries around the world and Exynos 2200 chip in Europe. The device has 8-12GB RAM, 128GB to 1TB internal memory.
Besides, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is IP68 water and dust resistant, supports wireless charging and offers USB 3.2, UWB, NFC, Wi-Fi 6E and an S Pen, plus a massive 5000 mAh battery.
With all of the above, it’s hard to find any reason to complain with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, but in reality, it still needs some improvement.
The first with Samsung’s “homegrown” Exynos SoC chip, which powers the Galaxy S22 Ultra devices in the European market, although it can produce impressive performance, the graphics capabilities (GPU) are weak. significantly better than the Qualcomm SoC. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 uses the latest Adreno 730 GPU, while the Exynos 2200 is integrated with the Xclipse 920 GPU using RDNA technology from AMD.
This affects high resolution (High-Res) and frame rate (HFR), especially when playing games. While this issue may be fixed with some future updates, it is still a limitation at this time.
In addition, frame stuttering (Microstutter) sometimes occurs. The reason may be because of the Exynos 2200 or because Samsung does not control the adaptive refresh rate. Samsung promises the product’s refresh rate from 1-120 Hz, in fact the Galaxy S22 Ultra only refreshes in the 24-120 Hz range.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra shows high transfer speeds in wireless networks (WLAN), but only in the 6 GHz band. When using the 5 GHz band, the transmission speed remains stable with Wi-Fi 5 or 6, depending on the direction of transmission. The Galaxy S21 Ultra does a better job in this respect, offering truly outstanding transfer speeds in Wi-Fi 6 networks.
The camera of the Galaxy S22 Ultra doesn’t seem to get any more upgrades in the future. While with the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the device did not have impressive light capabilities at first, but after a few updates, the camera has improved significantly.
Huong Dung(According to Notebook Check)
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