The Samsung Galaxy S22 series comes with better cameras, but changes don’t end with cameras. Samsung is able to leverage the faster new processors to bring better overall camera performance.
Not only that, the computational photography goodness is now works within social media apps such as Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat. This means you no longer have to pick between the convenience of using the built-in capture function and the image quality of the native camera app.
Samsung showcased this in the product video – you can see it at timestamp below.
The Galaxy S22 and S22+ employ a new 50MP 1/1.57″ main sensor, as well as a new 10MP 70mm 3x zoom camera to replace the 64MP sensor with hybrid zoom from the S21/S21+. The third camera is a 12MP fixed-focus ultrawide unit.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra makes use of basically the same cameras as its predecessor – a 108MP main shooter, a pair of 10MP cameras for 3x and 10x tele reach, and a focusing 12MP ultrawide.
The primary camera has new processing tricks up its sleeve and is able to blend 12MP nonabinned images with full-res ones for improvement in both light capture and detail.
We’ll dive deeper into the cameras and all three devices in our full reviews.