And if you’ve invested — or are considering investing — in Samsung’s flagship phone, you’ll want a plan that’s just as impressive. Optus, Telstra and Vodafone all offer plans for the Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra for a range of budgets, with unlimited national calls and text and lots of data. If you’re not sure which Galaxy S22 is right for you, we’ve broken down the main differences between the three models here.
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Samsung Galaxy S22: Which Phone Should You Get?
Every phone in the S22 range is an excellent choice for a new smartphone, but there are pros and cons to each model. The Galaxy S22 is the smallest, with a 6.1-inch display. It has a 10MP selfie camera and three lenses on the back — a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 50MP wide-angle camera and a 10MP telephoto camera. It also has the smallest battery, but you should be able to get between seven to eight hours on a single charge depending on your usage.
The Galaxy S22+ is a bit of an upgrade in terms of screen size, coming in at 6.6-inches. The battery life should last longer, too — around nine to 10 hours on a single charge. The other main difference is in the screen brightness: the Galaxy S22+ is slightly brighter than the Galaxy S22, although they both offer a super smooth 120Hz refresh rate. It’s hard to say whether the price jump is worth it for so few improvements over the cheaper model, but that will ultimately depend on how you use your phone. If you watch a lot of videos or have it on you 24/7, the larger screen and longer battery life might make it worthwhile.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra, on the other hand, is the best Samsung phone you can get right now — perhaps even the best Android phone full stop. It’s packed with premium features that drive the cost up, but if you want the best phone on the market then it’s worth paying extra for it. It has a huge 6.8-inch Edge Quad HD+ display with a super smooth 120Hz refresh rate. On the back, it has a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 108MP wide-angle camera and two 10MP telephoto cameras. The selfie camera also received an upgrade, being bumped up from 10MP to 40MP. The battery life should last you an extra hour or two, as well. The other main reason you might choose the Galaxy S22 Ultra is that it comes with an S Pen — it’s basically a new and improved Galaxy Note.
In terms of colours, the Galaxy S22 and S22+ come in Phantom White, Green, Pink Gold and Phantom Black, while the Galaxy S22 Ultra comes in Burgundy, Green, Phantom White and Phantom Black.