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The best Samsung smartphones of 2022

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Which is the best Samsung smartphone for me? This is definitely not an easy question because Samsung offers a wide range of smartphones that covers quite a wide price range. We will therefore first introduce you to our personal favorites before moving on to all of its other devices according to their respective model series, from the Galaxy Z to the Galaxy S and A, and all the way to the Galaxy XCover. Of course, we will also briefly introduce our personal favorites here.

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Of course, we don't want to ignore the newcomers, so you can already find them in the Galaxy S section of this article. If you are too impatient, you can already pre-order the smartphones. Maybe you would like to tell us in the comments whether you have already pre-ordered, or play with the thought. So much for the introduction – let's get started!

The best Samsung smartphones compared:

  Editorial tip Price tip Compact and stylish Affordable flagship Compact flagship Big screen Standard flagship 5G for cheap
Product
Picture
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy A53
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE
Samsung Galaxy S22
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
Samsung Galaxy S22+
Samsung Galaxy A33
Good
  • Excellent 120Hz QHD+ display
  • Very elegant sleek and square design
  • More consistent S Pen integration
  • Still the champion when it comes to versatile photos
  • Unrivalled Android update policy
  • Good AMOLED display
  • Good performance
  • Decent battery life
  • The best software support in the category
  • Amazing design
  • Flexible screen
  • IPX8 certification
  • Four years of system update
  • Rear camera doubles up as front camera
  • Bright, smooth and responsive 120Hz AMOLED display
  • Snapdragon 888 performance without overheating issues
  • Neat and modern design (despite all the plastic)
  • Convincing wide-angle and 3x zoom camera module
  • Night Mode works great
  • 3 major Android versions and 4 years of security updates
  • IP68 certification
  • Really nice to look at
  • Great display
  • Adequate performance
  • Excellent cameras
  • The selfies are just right
  • Four years of OS updates and five years of security patches
  • The dual AMOLED 120 Hz screens are well calibrated
  • Accomplished and waterproof design (IPX8)
  • Hybrid form factor is very useful
  • OneUI and Flex mode - the perfect combo
  • Great photos under well-lit conditions
  • No notch or punch-hole in the main display
  • Guaranteed 3 Android updates and 4 years of security patches
  • Solid design and excellent materials
  • IP 68 certification
  • Mature software and great update policy
  • Versatile camera configuration
  • Powerful AMOLED display
  • Decent performance in everyday use
  • Great software support
  • Capable main camera
Bad
  • Disappointing Exynos 2200 performance
  • Poor battery life
  • Fast recharge is not fast enough and the $60 charger is not included
  • Expensive price
  • Basic 8 GB RAM/128 GB storage configuration is too limited
  • Slow charging
  • No headphone jack
  • Non-competitive price
  • Camera could have been better
  • Battery capacity is below average for its category
  • Mediocre battery life
  • Archaic 25-watt fast charging
  • No microSD port or 3.5mm audio jack
  • Charger is not included in the box
  • Price is not competitive
  • Dysfunctional shape
  • Heats up easily
  • 3700 mAh is not enough
  • Very slow charging
  • Few changes from the S21
  • Camera module isn't groundbreaking
  • Disappointing under-display selfie camera performance
  • Battery life is not outstanding
  • Fast charging is too slow
  • Aggressive thermal throttling (but it does not overheat)
  • Expensive
  • Limited battery life of only one day
  • Slow charging capability
  • A bit too expensive
  • No wireless charging support
  • Rather slow Quick-Charging
  • No charger included
  • No headphone jack
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As of May 2022, you will be able to find Samsung smartphones from five different product families on the market. Each of these normally occupies its very own price niche. We have divided this article into the various product families accordingly, revealing our favorites for each product family to you and, of course, presenting the alternatives. The shortcuts in the table of contents will take you directly to the respective Galaxy series.

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Galaxy Z: Foldable smartphones from $999 to $1,799

  Editor's choice Best value-for-money 3rd place
Device name
MSRP from $1,799 from $999 from $1,799
Image Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
Technical specifications 7.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED
2208x1768 pixels
6.2-inch Super-AMOLED
2268x832 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
256/512 GB ROM
12 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telecamera: 12 MP
4,400 mAh
August 2021











6.67-inch Dynamic AMOLED
2640x1080 pixels
1.9 inches, AMOLED
260x512 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888



128/256 GB ROM
8 GB RAM
Dual camera
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
3,300 mAh
August 2021





7.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED
2208x1768 pixels
6.2-inch Super AMOLED
2260x816 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+
256/512 GB ROM
12 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telecamera: 12 MP
4,500 mAh
August 2020











Pros
  • IPX8 certification
  • 80% more robust screen
  • Unique design
  • Support for the S Pen
  • Exciting design
  • Super compact
  • Rear camera can double up as a front camera
  • Optimized one-handed operation
  • Solid hinge
  • Almost bezel-less display when open
  • Generous secondary display
  • Intuitive multitasking
  • Powerful Snapdragon 865+ SoC
Cons
  • Software still needs some refining
  • Can see a crease in the display
  • Competition offers faster quick charging
  • Price is still barely affordable
  • Display has a crease
  • Battery capacity is below average for this class
  • Price
  • Average camera performance
  • Battery life
  • Foldable modes could be improved
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August 2021 marked a paradigm shift for Samsung's smartphones. Instead of a new generation of Galaxy Notes, the South Korean company presented a couple of foldables from the Galaxy Z series: the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 3. For "bargain hunters", the older Galaxy Z Fold 2 generation handsets may be an exciting option.

From a technical point of view, the most impressive of the two would be the Galaxy Z Fold 3, where Samsung packs in everything possible including S-Pen support and an under-display camera. The 'wow' factor certainly lies with the Galaxy Z Flip 3, which is really super compact when folded - and hardly compromises in terms of hardware. 

For fans of the Z-Fold form factor, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 could be an exciting option simply because it is a little bit cheaper. Last year's foldable device was already available several times in the summer for less than $1,000. You can read a detailed breakdown of the differences between the two generations here:

I found it interesting that the Galaxy Z Flip 3 slipped well below the $1,000 mark just a few weeks after its launch. No other foldable smartphone experienced such a steep price drop so soon after its launch.

Samsung Galaxy S: Flagships from $699 to $1,199

  Top of the line Big screen flagship  "Compact" flagship Fan edition 2021 flagships Check for deals
Product
MSRP $1,199 $999 $799 $699 $1,049 $999 $799 $699
Picture Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Samsung Galaxy S22+ Samsung Galaxy S22 Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Samsung Galaxy S21+ Samsung Galaxy S21 Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
Specifications 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x
3088 x1440 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (US)
128/256/512/1024 GB ROM
8/12 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 108 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telephoto 3x: 10 MP
Telephoto 10x: 10 MP
5,000 mAh
February 2022










6.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x
3200x1440 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (US)
128/256
GB ROM 
8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telephoto: 10 MP
4,500 mAh
February 2022










6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x
3200x1440 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (US)
128/256
GB ROM 
8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telephoto: 10 MP
3,700 mAh
February 2022










6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
Exynos 2100 / Snapdragon 888
128/256 GB ROM
6/8 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telecamera: 8 MP
4,500 mAh
January 2022









6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED
3200x1440 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
128/256/512
GB ROM 
12/16 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 108 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telecamera 1: 10 MP
Telecamera 2: 10 MP
5,000 mAh
January 2021











6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
128 / 256 GB ROM
8 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telecamera: 64 MP
4,800 mAh
January 2021









6.2-inch Dynamic AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
128/256 GB ROM
8 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telephoto: 64 MP
4,000 mAh
January 2021









6.5-inch Dynamic AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
Exynos 990 / Snapdragon 865
128/256 GB ROM
6/8 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telecamera: 64 MP
4,500 mAh
September 2020









Good
  • Excellent 120Hz QHD+ display
  • Very elegant sleek and square design
  • More consistent S Pen integration
  • Still the champion when it comes to versatile photos
  • Unrivalled Android update policy
  • Solid design and excellent materials
  • IP 68 certification
  • Mature software and great update policy
  • Versatile camera configuration
  • Really nice to look at
  • Great display
  • Adequate performance
  • Excellent cameras
  • The selfies are just right
  • Four years of OS updates and five years of security patches
  • Bright, smooth and responsive 120Hz AMOLED display
  • Snapdragon 888 performance without overheating issues
  • Neat and modern design (despite all the plastic)
  • Convincing wide-angle and 3x zoom camera module
  • Night Mode works great
  • 3 major Android versions and 4 years of security updates
  • IP68 certification
  • Daring , bold design
  • AMOLED WQHD+ 120 Hz screen is sublime
  • Improved Exynos 2100 chipset
  • Versatile camera module
  • Fantastic 10x zoom
  • Great battery life and performance
  • Fluid OneUI 3.1 interface is feature-rich
  • Brilliant 120 Hz display
  • Exynos 2100 chipset
  • Fresh design
  • Well-built
  • Great triple camera performance
  • OneUI 3.1 with long term updates
  • Comparatively compact form factor
  • Fast performer even when compared to Plus & Ultra models
  • Plastic back looks surprisingly good
  • Extended software support
  • 120Hz AMOLED display
  • Snapdragon 865 SoC is still fast in 2021
  • Good battery life
  • Good quality plastic finish
  • IP68 certification
  • 3x optical zoom
Bad
  • Disappointing Exynos 2200 performance
  • Poor battery life
  • Fast recharge is not fast enough and the $60 charger is not included
  • Expensive price
  • Basic 8 GB RAM/128 GB storage configuration is too limited
  • Limited battery life of only one day
  • Slow charging capability
  • Dysfunctional shape
  • Heats up easily
  • 3700 mAh is not enough
  • Very slow charging
  • Few changes from the S21
  • Mediocre battery life
  • Archaic 25-watt fast charging
  • No microSD port or 3.5mm audio jack
  • Charger is not included in the box
  • Price is not competitive
  • Exynos 2100 does not outperform the Snapdragon 888 SoC
  • No charger included
  • No microSD slot
  • 25-watt fast charging only
  • S-Pen is nearly redundant
  • Expensive (although cheaper than the S20 Ultra)
  • Telephoto camera performance not up to par
  • No microSD memory card slot
  • 4,800 mAh battery life
  • S-Pen incompatibility
  • Simply too few innovations
  • Poor battery life
  • No S-Pen support
  • No UWB chip
  • No expandable memory
  • Not so fast charging
  • No headphone jack
  • 30x zoom is just a marketing gimmick
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In the first quarter of each year, Samsung introduces new Galaxy S models. Last year, we saw the Galaxy S21 Plus and the Galaxy S21 Ultra revealed in addition to the basic Galaxy S21 model. This year, in February 2022, these three devices got their successors: Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The Ultra stands out for a few reasons. First, it now has a dedicated space to store the S Pen, finally fulfilling the task of a Galaxy Note replacement. Besides that, the flagship phone packs 2 telephoto cameras, offering 3x and 10x optical zoom.

In addition, there is the so-called "Fan Edition", the Galaxy S21 FE, which was announced in January, a few weeks before the 2022 flagships were announced.

When it comes to the Galaxy S20 FE in particular, you get great value in a smartphone at its price point, especially if you can find it on a deal. As for the S21 FE, it does not seem to bring the same value to the market, but if you are looking for a device that is promised to receive software support for a long time, it may be an interesting option to consider.

If you are still looking for alternatives apart from Samsung devices, then do check out our comparison article of the best smartphones that is featured in the link below. For those who love capturing photos with their handset, we have also compiled our own list of the best camera smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy A: Mid-range smartphones from $160 to $550

  Editor's choice Best value for money Cheapest 5G Galaxy Entry-level model Flagship performance Only in selected markets Nr.: 7 Nr.: 8
Product
Picture
Samsung Galaxy A53
Samsung Galaxy A33
Samsung Galaxy A13 5G
Samsung Galaxy A03s
Samsung Galaxy A52s
Samsung Galaxy A73
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
Specifications 6.5-inch Super AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
128/256 GB ROM
6/8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 64 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Macro camera: 5 MP
Depth camera: 5 MP
5,000 mAh
March 2022









6.4-inch Super AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
128/256 GB ROM
6/8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 48 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 8 MP
Macro camera: 5 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5,000 mAh
March 2022









6.5-inch LCD/LED
1600x720 pixels
MediaTek Dimensity 700
64 GB ROM
4 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 50 MP
Macro camera: 2 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5,000 mAh
December 2021









6.5-inch Super AMOLED
1600x720 pixels
MediaTek Helio P35
32/64 GB ROM
2/3/4 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 13 MP
Macro camera: 2 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5,000 mAh
December 2021









6.5-inch Super AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
Snapdragon 778 5G
128 / 256 GB ROM
6 / 8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 64 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Macro camera: 5 MP
Depth camera: 5 MP
4,500 mAh
August 2021










6.7-inch Super AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
128/256 GB ROM
6/8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 108 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Macro camera: 5 MP
Depth camera: 5 MP
5,000 mAh
March 2022









6.5-inch Super AMOLED
2400x1080 pixels
Snapdragon 750G

128/256 GB ROM
6/8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 64 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Macro camera: 5 MP
Depth camera: 5 MP
4,500 mAh
March 2021







6.5-inch LCD
1600x720 pixels
MediaTek Dimensity 720
64/128 GB ROM
4/6/8 GB RAM
Quad camera
Main camera: 48 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 8 MP
Macro camera: 5 MP
Depth camera: 2 MP
5,000 mAh
January 2021










Good
  • Good AMOLED display
  • Good performance
  • Decent battery life
  • The best software support in the category
  • Powerful AMOLED display
  • Decent performance in everyday use
  • Great software support
  • Capable main camera
  • Great looking 120 Hz AMOLED display
  • Good battery life
  • Good main camera performance
  • IP certified
  • 4 years of security updates
  • Great viewing experience
  • Three years of operating system updates
  • Four years of security updates
  • Headphone jack
  • Long battery life
Bad
  • Slow charging
  • No headphone jack
  • Non-competitive price
  • A bit too expensive
  • No wireless charging support
  • Rather slow Quick-Charging
  • No charger included
  • No headphone jack
  • Secondary cameras fail to deliver
  • Processor hits a wall quickly
  • Fast charging technology lags behind the competition
  • No telephoto camera
  • Overly minimalist design
  • Inconsistent camera quality
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The Galaxy A series begins from $160 onwards and goes all the way to just under $600 featuring 256 GB of storage space. This means that the mid-range handsets are more broadly positioned than many other smartphone manufacturers with their entire portfolio. The handsets of the Galaxy A series from 2022 are - as far as we have reviewed them - a rock-solid choice in any case.

Curiously, for 2022, Samsung opted to highlight its best-selling "A5" models and opted to sell the A73 only in selected markets. In case you find the phone for a good price - and it is compatible with your carrier - it is worth considering the upper mid-ranger.

You can read more about the differences between the Galaxy A and Galaxy S series in the following article:

Samsung is of course, not alone in the market with its Galaxy A series devices. If you are looking for alternatives outside the Samsung bubble, we would recommend this article of the best mid-range smartphones to choose from. 

Samsung Galaxy M: Entry-level handsets from $100 to $250

Samsung has placed its entry-level phones under the Galaxy M series. The smartphones cover a price range between $100 and $250. Unfortunately, we have not had the chance to review any of the Galaxy M series to date and therefore, we are unable to provide you with any recommendations. 

Samsung Galaxy M32
Galaxy M: This is the name of the entry-level smartphones from Samsung that fall with the $100 to $250 price range. / © Samsung

We are still working on obtaining review units of the Galaxy M models in the future. Until then, you will find our favorites in the following linked article of the best sub-$200 smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Note: Replaced by the S series in 2022

  S Series with integrated S Pen Editor's choice Best value-for-money
Device name
MSRP $1,199 $1,199 $999
Image Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G Samsung Galaxy Note 20
Technical specifications 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x
3088 x1440 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 gen 1
128/256/512/1024 GB ROM
8/12 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 108 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telephoto 3x: 10 MP
Telephoto 10x: 10 MP
5,000 mAh
February 2022










6.9-inch Super AMOLED Plus
3088x1440 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
128/256/512 GB ROM
8/12 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 108 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telecamera: 12 MP
4,500 mAh
August 2020









6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus
2400x1080 pixels
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
256 GB ROM
8 GB RAM
Triple camera
Main camera: 12 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 12 MP
Telecamera: 64 MP
4,300 mAh
August 2020









Pros
  • Excellent 120Hz QHD+ display
  • Very elegant sleek and square design
  • More consistent S Pen integration
  • Still the champion when it comes to versatile photos
  • Unrivalled Android update policy
  • Good camera setup
  • Unbeatable S-Pen operation
  • great high-end equipment
  • Chic design (new colors!)
  • Great AMOLED screen
  • Versatile photo module
  • Good everyday performance
Cons
  • Uninspiring design
  • Very little real innovation
  • Incredibly expensive
  • Over-the-top marketing
  • Exynos SoC in EU/Asia models
  • Poor battery life
  • Exynos 990 (Europe/Asia) has overheating issues
  • Plastic chassis
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With the release of the Galaxy S22 series in 2022, it's official: The Galaxy S22 Ultra is the new Note – Samsung has integrated the S Pen directly into the case and flattened the top and bottom of the smartphone. Thus, the S22 Ultra not only works as a former Galaxy Note it also looks strongly like it.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is still a great smartphone in 2022 / © NextPit

However, this does not mean that you necessarily have to buy the S22 Ultra. Samsung's Note series is still commercially available and has now fallen sharply in price. Meanwhile, for example, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is available for well under $1000. And if you can live with the "normal" Note 20, then you will already find it for even less. For the money, there's great workmanship, great cameras, and Samsung's successful One UI interface.

Samsung Galaxy Xcover: Rugged smartphones

  Editor's choice Best value-for-money 3rd place
Device name
MSRP from $425 from $365 from $265
Image Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s
Technical specifications 6.3-inch LCD
2340x1080 pixels
Exynos 9611
64 GB ROM
4 GB RAM
Dual camera
Main camera: 25 MP
Ultra wide-angle: 8 MP
4,050 mAh
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5.3-inch LCD
1480x720 pixels
Exynos 850
64 GB ROM
4 GB RAM
Single camera
Main kamera: 16 MP
3,000 mAh
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1280x720 pixels
Exynos 7885
32 GB ROM
3 GB RAM
Single camera
Main camera: 16 MP
2,800 mAh
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When you first take a look at the technical specifications, the Galaxy XCover series is not very sexy at all. But you will definitely receive maximum protection with the IP68 rating. This means these smartphones should definitely be able to survive everyday sports or even get abused at a construction site. After all, the most modern hardware is of little use to you if the smartphone screen cracks on its very first drop. 

Do take note that there is also an Enterprise Edition of these handsets. These models offer an extended warranty as well as options for remote maintenance and management by administrators.

How to buy smartphones at great prices

Depending on when you read this article, the wait for discount campaigns or sales can be even more worthwhile. These are campaigns such as Black Friday, where you can pick up smartphones for a wee bit cheaper than usual. I have collated the information for you in the following table.

Upcoming sales events

You might want to wait for the following dates before making your purchase
Event Dates
Prime Day July 2022 (rumored)
Singles Day 11 November 2022
Black Week 21 to 25 November 2022
Black Friday 25 November 2022
Cyber Monday 28 November 2022

While we are on the subject of compiling everything: How do you rate our list of the recommended Samsung devices? Let us know in the comments and win... okay there is nothing to win but I'm still interested in your feedback!


List updated in May 2022 after reviewing the Galaxy S22+, A53 and A33 smartphones. Older comments were kept and may refer to outdated versions of this guide.

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  • sunny williams 3 months ago Link to comment

    I love Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is more powerful with a built-in quicker S Pen, several camera enhancements, a brighter display, and faster charging. Overall, this is a fantastic phone, but it's also quite pricy, and the battery life could be better.


  • David Kolton 7 months ago Link to comment

    I'm using Galaxy A52 that is quite an average phone. There isn't anything special in that phone.


  • Sarkari Yojana 10 months ago Link to comment

    I love samsung galaxy s11


  • storm Apr 13, 2021 Link to comment

    No skin is a benefit or good thing. OneUi doesn't belong in the pro column. Phone companies and carriers need to get out of the software business and free up space and the phone itself. Let us actually own and control the device.


    • Oleksa Apr 14, 2021 Link to comment

      I use sfirmware to download the Stock Samsung Firmware it's way faster than sammobile. Here's the link to the sfirmware sfirmware.com

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