The display and charging of the Galaxy S22 Ultra are challenged in EMGblog benchmarks


The display and charging of the Galaxy S22 Ultra are challenged in EMGblog benchmarks

The display and charging of the Galaxy S22 Ultra are challenged in EMGblog benchmarks

In recent years, displays have become an integral part of digital products and we see them in almost all electronic devices; From small smartwatches to smartphones and large monitors. The screen is the user’s only visual gateway to the digital world, and a high-quality screen can improve the user experience and immerse people in the content. This has led companies to continuously increase the quality of their panels and screens.

Samsung is always known for using high-quality screens in its products, and naturally, the latest achievement of the Koreans in the field of smartphones is also from this. The rule is not an exception. Samsung says that Galaxy S22 Ultra has one of the best displays in the mobile world It is equipped to reach a stunning 1750 nits of brightness in HDR content! Now we at EMGblog have put the display of the most expensive Galaxy phone against our first benchmarks to find out how close to reality Samsung’s claims are.

  • zoomit initial benchmarks from Galaxy S22 Ultra is clearly weak against iPhone 13 Pro Max

Our results show that the Galaxy S22 Ultra display can achieve a brightness of 1682 nits. This result represents a nearly 17% improvement over the last generation, and actually makes it the brightest smartphone we’ve reviewed so far at EMGblog. In comparison, the Galaxy S21 Ultra display in our tests It had reached the maximum brightness of 1391 nits and iPhone 13 Pro Max also satisfies the maximum brightness of 1449 nits.

In fact, Samsung’s closest competitor in our list is the Xiaomi Mi 10 phone, which is available at past reviews, reached a maximum brightness of 1650 nits. Next, you can see a part of the index and the brightness benchmark of the EMGblog display.

parameter / product maximum brightness
Galaxy S 22 Ultra 1682
Galaxy S 21 Ultra 1391
iPhone 13 Pro Max 1449 (HDR)
iPhone 13 1379 (HDR)
1370 (HDR)
iPhone 12 Pro 975
iPhone 12 763

Galaxy Z Fold 3

(Adaptive)

1242

Galaxy Z Fold 2

(Adaptive)

930

Xiaomi Mi 11i

(120 Hz)

830

Galaxy S21

(Adaptive)

1115

Xiaomi Mi 10

1650
Pixel 6 Pro 1137

All results obtained are from Zomite experiments under identical laboratory conditions.

Going past the display section, we also benchmarked the Galaxy S22 Ultra in the charging section. To measure the performance of the mentioned phone equipped with a 5000 mAh battery, we ran our tests at 200 nits brightness and 3200 x 1440 pixel resolution and variable refresh rate. It should be noted that all data connections were disconnected along with the speaker sound.

Based on the results, Samsung’s new flagship is still in the shadow of the iPhone Pro Max in terms of charging. The Galaxy S22 can last 20 hours and 43 minutes in the EMGblog video playback test, which is a slight improvement compared to the last generation’s record of 19 hours and 7 minutes. In this section, the iPhone 13 Pro Max with its charging time of 35 hours and 17 minutes destroys every competitor.

Of course, it should also be noted that the screen of the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a smaller size and resolution than the Galaxy. It has S22 Ultra; But even with these interpretations, it does not seem that the Korean company’s phone can compete with the iPhone in this sector.

Galaxy S21

(Adaptive)

Parameter / product Display (dimensions and resolution) Battery (mAh) Video playback (minute:hour)
Galaxy S22 Ultra

6.8 inches

3200 x 1440 pixels

5000 20:43
Galaxy S 21 Ultra 6.8 inches

3200 x 1440 pixels

5000 19:07
iPhone 13 Pro Max 6.7 inches

2778 x 1284 pixels

4373 35:17
iPhone 12 Pro Max 6.7 inches

2778 x 1284 pixels

3687 20:47
iPhone 12 Pro 6.1 inches

2532 x 1170 pixels

2815 17 :14
iPhone 12 6.1 inches

2532 x 1170 pixels

2815 17:50

Galaxy Z Fold 3

(Adaptive)

7. 6 inches

2208 x 1768 pixels

4400 15:50

Galaxy Z Fold 2

(Adaptive)

7.6 inches

2208 x 1768 pixels

12:44

Xiaomi Mi 11i

(120 Hz)

6.67 inches

2400×1080 pixels

4520 21:31
6.2 inches

2400 x 1080 pixels

4000 18:11

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as That said, the results presented in this paper relate to our initial benchmarks; So, for additional information, more charts and benchmarks, you will have to wait for our final review in the coming days.

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