On Wednesday, February 9th, Samsung unveiled its latest Galaxy S models in a bid to grab a bigger share of the high-end portion of the market.
Available in stores February 25, all three of the Galaxy S22 models – regular, Plus, and Ultra – are supposed to have longer battery life and better cameras, particularly for pictures taken in low light conditions and for videos. One of the most noticeable changes is the addition of a built-in pen to take digital notes and draw on the screen of the Ultra model.
Samsung estimates that videos now account for about 80 percent of internet usage. Its latest devices are designed to appeal to consumers who are increasingly sharing videos on TikTok, Facebook, YouTube and other social media apps. Furthermore, the tech giant also hopes S22 will draw customers away from rivals like Apple.
Yi Pan, Meixing Ren Contributed to this article
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