For those who probably can’t afford new phones or can’t justify spending upwards of $1,000 on what many see as a non-essential purchase, the best thing about new phones is that they help make previous-generation phones more affordable. Last year’s Samsung The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a fantastic phone, but its starting price of $1,199.99 made it too expensive for most people. If the price also puts you off, Amazon is offering a crazy discount.
Under the hood, it has a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and can handle your multifaceted needs, so pointless arguments on WhatsApp while watching a cooking video on YouTube won’t be a problem.
The device has a quad camera lineup with a 108MP main unit, a 12MP ultra-wide snapper, a 10MP 3x telephoto shooter, and a 10MP 10x telephoto module. Whether it’s day or night, it captures great photos whether your subject is right in front of you or far away.
There’s a 5,000mAh battery inside, so you won’t need to charge it multiple times a day, and the 45W charging speed means it won’t last as long as other top phones when it’s time to charge.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is promised five years of security support and four years of OS updates that will take it to Android 16. It’s the only traditional flagship to come with a stylus.
The 128GB Galaxy S22 Ultra costs $1,199.99, but Amazon has dropped the price by $442. This is a limited time contract. A few variants are already sold out and the Phantom White is running out, so act fast and grab one while you can.