Top 5 Smartphones Of 2022
Every year, lots of wonderful new phones are released. Some new releases just improve on their predecessors' work, while others break new ground with innovation. In this article, we’re going to list our top 5 smartphones of the year 2022. Phones that performed excellently well throughout the year and gave consumers the most value for their money
The S22 Ultra is Samsung’s entry into the 2022 flagship phone market. and one of the best devices of 2022.
Featuring high-end specs like a quad camera setup with a 108MP main sensor with pixel binning technology, a 10MP 10x periscope lens with up to 100x space zoom, a 12MP 3x telephoto lens, and a 12MP ultrawide lens, and other flagship-grade specs. A good phone, however, is not created on a spec sheet.
The S22 Ultra truly lives up to its S moniker and provides stable and smooth performance, speedy updates, and top-tier features. And long-term support. Last but not least, the S Pen, a fantastic new feature of the S Ultra series.
Overall, the S22 Ultra provided a standout performance all through the year.
The Galaxy Fold 4 is the best foldable phone of 2022. Offering a good experience with foldable devices as well as a good candy bar phone experience. Which is something that's been missing in previous Z-fold devices.
The Z Fold 4 once again raised the bar of true multitasking on a smartphone with well-thought-out features like the bottom task bar, new multitasking gestures, etc. Not only that, but with the Z Fold 4, Samsung addressed the most vexing issue with previous Z Folds. A lackluster camera system on its most expensive device. This year, the cameras on the Z Fold 4 rival even those of the S22 Ultra.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max is the latest and greatest from Silicon Valley and was released on September 16. The iPhone 14 Pro Max boasts a wealth of top-tier specs like the A17 Bionic, which is currently the fastest smartphone chip, a world-class camera system sporting a highly detailed 48 MP main camera, a 12 MP 3x optical lens, and a 12 MP ultrawide. All of this, supported by highly optimized software.
It doesn’t end there; the iPhone 14 Pro Max also packs two literally life-saving features: satellite connectivity and crash detection. Last but not least, there is the brand new, dynamic island. Which is a typical case of Apple being Apple. Instead of trying to hide the pill-shaped cutout like its competition, they embrace it and make it an actually useful feature.
The ASUS Zenfone 9 is everything you’d want in a flagship but in a smaller, more compact body. Which is what earns it a spot on this list. It's one of the few Android phones that manages to fit into the compact size category while retaining the majority of the features that would make it a flagship phone.
The ASUS Zenfone 9 is great for one-handed usage and features an impressive 12MP + 50MP Dual Camera setup that shines with its one-of-a-kind Gimbal Stabilization and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. And, best of all, long-lasting battery life, which is difficult to find on a small phone.
The Google Pixel 7 is the latest device in the Google Pixel phone series. The Pixel builds upon the solid foundation left by its very successful predecessor, the Pixel 6, and addresses some of its mistakes like bad launch software, poor battery life, and underwhelming performance.
The Pixel 7 offers good battery life, amazing software courtesy of Google, very good performance, an excellent camera experience, and the fastest software update time.
The only shortcoming of this phone would be the 90 Hz screen. Apart from that, the Pixel 7 impresses on every level.
The Nothing Phone 1 is the first phone released by the relatively new Nothing Company. For a newcomer, the Nothing Phone 1 packed a lot of good features.
The Nothing Phone 1 set its set apart from the crowd with its innovative rear design. Featuring a transparent rear design and a brand-new Glyph interface that doesn’t just look good but also has different functions like flashing when you have a call. Stepping away from the design.
The Nothing Phone 1 is everything you’d want in a midrange phone with an impressive Dual 50MP camera setup, a powerful chip, a 1080p 120Hz screen, etc. And also features like an HDR 10+ 1200 nits(peak brightness) display and Reverse wireless charging that are usually for higher-priced phones. Hence earning it's place here.