The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is a worthy Note successor in just about every way. With a built-in S Pen stylus, excellent camera system, improved portrait mode, and top-notch performance, it looks and acts every bit like the $1,199 flagship that it is. Features like an enhanced Raw capture mode have niche appeal, but the whole thing adds up to a phone that’s unlike anything else on the market.
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