Apple Playing Catch Up Again, After Galaxy S22 Launch
Samsung’s is one of the smartest technology Companies out there and their latest Galaxy S22 smartphones prove that.
As Apple operates in tech catch up mode, Samsung is out there delivering a new generation of technology from new Ai powered cameras to nanometre 64-bit octa core processors that take smartphones to a totally new level when it comes to performance.
This new smartphone technology delivers better battery performance more features and amazing pictures that have not been achievable before with a smartphone.
Samsung’s approach to the market is similar to the approach that cutting edge brands such as BMW and Mercedes take, when they launch new vehicles that don’t look too dissimilar to previous models.
That is until you sit behind the steering wheel and witness firsthand cutting-edge automotive technology at work.
The real value in what Samsung launched this week is under the bonnet of the Galaxy S22 no more so than when you want to shoot flare-free photos at night or crave a sunlight-readable display all the time.
The new S22 Pro and S22 Ultra are lighter than prior models and appear to be a lot more durable. Metal frames of both phones are 7.6 millimetres thin, resulting in lighter form factors.
The new Qualcomm ‘s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 system-on-a-chip combined with 4-nanometer 64-bit octa core processor chips, whose neural processing units are up to 73 percent faster than their predecessors is something you don’t see but it is why you should consider giving up your Apple device.
The world ‘s largest smartphone maker by shipments has the world’s best premium Galaxy smartphones and the S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra are products that Apple engineers are going to pull apart in an effort to try and outsmart Samsung.
Often, it’s the simple things that deliver the most satisfaction in a new smartphone and the processors built into the new Samsung offering boost streaming speed, deliver greater productivity needs and power the phones’ artificial intelligence brain allowing the device to detect sunlight and optimise photos taken in low lighting.
This new technology is referred to by Samsung as a “nightography” feature.
The combination of upgraded software and new processor capabilities allows the Ai-powered “Detail Enhancer” technology to renders objects or scenes in an image with higher accuracy than ever before.
The new Ai software can also be used to detect the light intensity of the device ‘s surroundings to automatically adjust the brightness of the display, under its “Vision Booster” mechanism.
As for the Samsung S22 Ultra this is basically the return of the Note complete with S Pen which I have used and it’s significantly faster and smoother than prior models.
The embedded S Pen stylus is also ideal for people who want to draw images on the display.
In addition to the stylus silo, the S22 Ultra gains some incremental camera upgrades for low light and portrait photography, faster wired charging (adapter sold separately, of course), and its s 6.8-inch OLED features a 120Hz variable refresh rate, but it can reach an even higher 1,750 nit peak brightness if you are in direct sunlight.
Supporting a high processing speed, the gadgets’ battery can last for about a day on a single charge, which takes at least an hour for the S22+ and S22 Ultra, or 1 1/2 hours for the S22.
Furthermore, its phones have heat transfer technology to cool themselves, using a gel-based thermal interface material that is 3 1/2 times more efficient than its predecessors.
Samsung also said its S22 series will sport enhanced durability.
The devices will be protected by a tough Armor Aluminium frame, with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus on the front and back of the devices. Also, the gadgets have obtained IP68 waterproof approval, meaning they are fit to resist dust and submersion in water.
The phones will also be supported by fourth-generation Android operating system upgrades like its predecessor S21 series.
All we have to wait for now is the July launch of the Companies ne foldable range which is tipped to include several new Flip and Foldable models.