Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Unpacked Event Swings Strongest Devices Lineup

Samsung introduced its latest lineup of Galaxy S22 phones at its first-ever Galaxy Unpacked event for 2022, unveiling the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the first note with faster response time for S-Pen.

The announcement of the trio models, Galaxy S22 and S22+, in addition to the Ultra, allowed Samsung to present its most robust device lineup in recent times.

So, let’s dive into the main points the tech giant uncovered during Unpacked.


As a successor to the Note 20, the Galaxy S222 Ultra kept its specs, where nothing has really changed except its branding. The bundles of predominant specs in the Note are displayed in the S22 Ultra.


Accompanied with the Samsung’s S Pen built into the phone, the S22 Ultra could be Samsung’s most proficient device so far. Featuring a 108-megapixel primary camera, the giant’s latest 4-nanometer chips designed by electronics manufacturing titan Qualcomm, with up to 12GB of RAM.

Available for pre-order starting from February 9th, starting at $1,200.

GALAXY S22 and S22+

While they might look quite identical to the lineup it’s about to substitute, Samsung, however, revealed it incorporated much a new wave of upgrades to its duo.

For starters, both devices feature a brand new 50-megapixel main camera with a 23 percent larger sensor, compared to the camera found in the S21 and S21+. The electronics behemoth is making an effort to become more sustainable by decreasing its environmental footprint.


Samsung’s 2022 lineup will be made from eco-friendly sustainable materials, using ocean-bound to create materials used from recycled fishing nets.

Available for pre-order later this month, starting at $800 and $999.


As well as its latest release of smartphones, Samsung unmasked the release of its latest collection of high-end tablets, the Tab S8 and Tab S8+. Accompanied with some of the fastest processors, the tech giant exhibited an Ultra variant, welcomed to its tablets’ family.


Featuring a massive 14.6-inch AMOLED display with 2,960 x 1,848 resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate, with a dynamic twist to its dual front-facing cameras.

All three tablets’ models are available for pre-orders starting February 9th, starting at $700, $900, and $1,100.