by Danial Siah
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Samsung Electronics launched the all-new Galaxy S22 Ultra as their latest flagship device. The flagship device will be the first collaboration of the mighty power of the Note series alongside the top-notch camera performance of the S series. By merging the two series, Samsung will be the trendsetter in the smartphone industry. The S22 is presented with a built-in S Pen, Nightography for videos, and monstrous 5,000mAh battery life for its users. 

TM Roh, President, and Head of Samsung Electronics’ MX (Mobile eXperience) Business, said, “Galaxy S22 Ultra takes the beloved functionality of the Galaxy Note and the most celebrated aspects of the S series and merges them for a truly unique mobile experience. This is a leap forward for mobile technology, setting a new standard for what a smartphone can be.”

With it being Samsung’s most powerful device ever created, together with the legendary S-Pen with 70% lower latency, Galaxy S22 Ultra allows its users to be creative at any time and anywhere without worrying about the battery life, productivity, and performance of the device. To upgrade the camera game, Samsung introduced the Advanced Nightography for its users to capture insta-worthy photos at any lighting given. The crystal clear Super Clear Glass lens helps users to take pellucid photos without any flares as well as professional studio-grade photos through the AI system in their cameras. 

Incoherence to the Galaxy S22 Ultra launch, Samsung debuted the upgrades of Samsung One UI, Android OS, together with One UI Watch and Wear OS Powered by Samsung, as their latest upgrade for its devices. The upgrades are only applicable to four generations of Galaxy devices such as the Galaxy S Series (from Galaxy S22, S22+, S22 Ultra as well as Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra, and S21 FE ), Galaxy Z Series (Galaxy Z Flip and Fold3), Galaxy A Series, Galaxy Tablets, and Galaxy Watches.

“We work hard to bring our Galaxy users innovative mobile experiences that are built to last. And many of our customers are choosing to keep their devices for longer, whether they love their specific smartphone model or want to help contribute to a more sustainable world,” added TM Roh.

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