Samsung Galaxy S22+ Is Bright And Beautiful

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20220326_110558It’s been over 2 weeks since I had the Samsung Galaxy S22+ for the purposes of review. I’ve never reviewed a phone before but there’s always a first time for everything. My device is in the lovely Pink Gold, there are 3 other colours including Green, Phantom White and Phantom Black. I eschew conventional shades, always love to choose something different than white or black whenever possible.

My first impression of this phone when I took it out of the box was how wide the screen is. I have the Samsung A32 which I bought end of last year. Of course the Samsung Galaxy S22+ is several notches above mine in terms of looks and performance in every way. You get what you pay for.

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Galaxy S22+:

Dimensions: 75.8 x 157.4 x 7.6mm

Weight: 195g

Compare this to the Galaxy S22:

Dimensions: 70.6 x 146 x 7.6mm

Weight: 167g

Yup, sure feels like one solid and hefty phone with a wide screen that makes watching videos and scrolling through the Internet comfortable for eyes. It did take some getting used to because this is the biggest phone I have used. I like how flat the surface is, back and front. It has the feel of a premium phone. It’s hard to explain exactly what that means but as I have all along used phones below RM1500, I know this one feels extremely different.

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Watching videos on this screen is much less stressful on eyes. Other than the size of the screen, the brightness level is much better than any of the phones I have ever had. The clarity is superb and unrivalled. Also, the sound is crystal clear especially when watching music videos.

The battery is big on the Galaxy S22+ and so charging is ultra fast. Have to really keep watch on the progress as it can be fully charged even though you don’t want it to be. I thought my A32 charged fast but this S22+ is even faster.

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20220326_124426As expected, the camera on this phone is beyond excellent. In the 2nd selfie above, I used the Portrait mode which I guess makes it clearer than the 1st selfie. Takes superb close-ups of objects too.

There’s a lot more to explore on this phone and I wish I could take a trip somewhere (anywhere) just to take photos of scenery, flora and fauna.

The only feature this beautiful phone doesn’t have is an earphone jack, I wanted to try out the radio. My A32 has an earphone jack but the S22+ is far more sophisticated so you can only pair it with a bluetooth device.

Pages load seriously fast on this phone, just a slight touch of the finger does it but I have to be careful not to accidentally touch it as it’s quite sensitive and whatever I am watching can close.

Now that I have had it for close to 3 weeks, I really do feel like going out and getting one for myself!

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