The Galaxy Note is returning in everything but name after skipping a year. The S22 Ultra is the follow-up to the Note 20 that was never released in 2021. The S22 Ultra includes all of the features that make the Note unique. It not only comes with Samsung's S Pen, but it also has a place for it integrated right into the phone. It's also the company's most powerful phone yet. It has a 108-megapixel primary camera, Samsung and Qualcomm's newest 4-nanometer processors, and up to 12GB of RAM. The phone is already available for pre-order, with prices beginning at $1,200. On Wednesday, February 25th, Samsung will begin shipping the S22 Ultra and everything else it announced.
The Galaxy S22 and S22+ may not appear to be all that different from the phones they'll be replacing, but Samsung has added a few noticeable changes in both smartphones. To start, they have a new 50-megapixel primary camera with a sensor that is 23% bigger than the 12-megapixel sensor featured in the S21 and S21+. With Corning's latest Gorilla Glass Victus+, Samsung has made the phones more durable. At the same time, the company is seeking to decrease its environmental effect by using recycled fishing nets for some of the phone's components. When the S22 and S22+ go on sale later this month, they will cost $800 and $999, respectively.