These are the worst preorder trade-in deals ever. How dare Samsung try forcing us to sign contracts for 36 months with carriers to get the best deals. Gen Mill and Gen Z hate contracts. People need to boycott till they drop the prices for unlocked trade. For the previous s22 and fold and flip 4 models. CLEARLY SOME PEOPLE ARE BRAINWASHED STILL GETTING THEM. Sadly looking for clout as well. How pathetic.
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Got it..I have the 21 Ultra on the side as a backup device. I wanted to see what having an embedded S pen experience would be like, so I got the 22 Ultra. It's been pretty cool. They've fixed what I had gripes and in the S23 Ultra. Thanks for the feedback
The deals are garbage and an insult to loyal customers. Finally since the first galaxy they ever made im starting to look for a new company if this is not redacted and corrected. Anyone who has an s22 or newer would be wise to send a strong message and not but these devices. Make them eat the cost.
Samsung has been doing "S" style upgrades every other year since the Galaxy S1. One year is a new design, the next is a refinement. The only standout is the S5, which was so bad it triggered the hardware reform.
I'm personally not going to upgrade. It's the definition of an incremental update, the one thing I wish I could have in this phone is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 especially if the s23 Ultra gets the overclocked version. My Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is by no means slow but it's not very power efficient.
Everything else seems pretty mediocre, that new gen 2 ultrasonic fingerprint scanner should be insane though, supposedly you could touch anywhere on the lower portion of the screen and it will register your finger. The IQOO 9 pro and IQOO 11 have it and it's a really nice feature to have. I couldn't care of less about the 200 megapixel camera, I have literally never taken a single 100 megapixel photo with this phone. I do like the 100 times hybrid zoom, I love taking pictures of the moon and I'm sure that s23 Ultra will do that better but I'm doubting it'll do it $1,500 better. Maybe if they went back to the Note 20 design language I'd be more inclined to buy, but for now I feel like my S22 Ultra is going to last me a few years.
Yeah I mean especially the ultra, there really isn't much of anything the s23 does that the S22 can't. I believe that trickles down to all models of the S22. Like sure, it's going to be better incrementally for sure but is it going to be $1,000 better