Samsung Galaxy S22 EU

128 GB, Phantom Black, 6.10", Dual SIM, 50 Mpx, 5G
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The Galaxy S22 is packed with advanced technologies to help you get the most out of day and night. Nightography redefines video recording in the dark and gives you brilliant shots even in low light thanks to the bright camera. See what you've captured on the bright, high-resolution Dynamic AMOLED display. Your creativity cannot be stopped - neither by bad lighting conditions nor by too little energy. Because thanks to the world's first 4 nm processor in a smartphone and a powerful battery, you have pure performance in the palm of your hand. Thanks to their robust design made of Armor Aluminum and the latest generation of Gorilla Glass, the new Galaxy S models are well protected on your evening explorations. And in the four available colors, they also look really stylish. See for yourself and turn night into day.

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Samsung Pay and Samsung KNOX may have to be waived when using this variant. This device is excluded from all official promotions of the organiser Samsung Electronics Switzerland AG.

Key specifications

8 GB
Storage capacity
128 GB
Display size (inches)
Image resolution
2340 x 1080 pixels
Operating system
3700 mAh
Number of cameras
Triple camera
Item number

These test reports were translated automatically.
Overall ratingVery good87/100
No ratingRank 14 out of 14
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The smallest representative of the S22 series shows a completely different picture at 5G than its sister models. The transmission power is lower across the board, and the level can only be maintained in leg28. In the n78 band (3.5 gigahertz), which is important for 5G coverage in Germany, it really collapses...

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CT MagazinSingle testReleaseJanuary 2023
  • PositiveBright OLED
  • Positivefive years of updates
  • NegativeVery short runtime under load

If you want a really small device, there is no alternative to the iPhone 13 Mini. Apple accommodates a good camera, a blazingly fast SoC and a bright 60-Hertz OLED in the tiny device, but only a battery with little endurance. The larger iPhone 14 runs longer, but otherwise hardly stands out from the Mini...