Samsung Galaxy S22 Smartphone, Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone, 128GB, 8K Camera & Video, Brightest Display, Long Battery Life, Fast 4nm Processor, US Version, Phantom Black…

(5 customer reviews)

$289.95

Last updated on 17th June 2024 10:30 am
  • Android 12 | One UI 4.1.1 | Octa-core | 8GB | 128GB | Adreno 730
  • Dynamic AMOLED 2X, 120Hz, HDR10+ display | Corning Gorilla Glass | 6.1inches | 1080 x 2340
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/6e dual-band | GPS | Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot | Bluetooth 5.2 | USB Type-C 3.2
  • 50 MP Camera | LED Flash | 1080p | Speaker
  • 5.75x 2.78 x 0.30 | 5.89oz | Single SIM | GSM, HSPA, LTE, CDMA

Specification: Samsung Galaxy S22 Smartphone, Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone, 128GB, 8K Camera & Video, Brightest Display, Long Battery Life, Fast 4nm Processor, US Version, Phantom Black…

Product Dimensions

5.75 x 2.78 x 0.3 inches

Item Weight

0.145 ounces

Item model number

Galaxy S22

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

OS

Android

RAM

8 GB

Wireless communication technologies

Cellular

Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, NFC

Special features

120Hz Display, Fast-acting AI

Other display features

Wireless

Human Interface Input

Touchscreen

Scanner Resolution

1080 x 2340

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Form Factor

Bar

Color

Battery Power Rating

3700 Milliamp Hours

Whats in the box

USB Cable

Manufacturer

Samsung Electronics

Date First Available

March 9, 2022

Memory Storage Capacity

8 GB

Standing screen display size

6.1 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

8 GB

Battery Capacity

3700 Milliamp Hours

Weight

0.15 Ounces

Charging Time

63 minutes

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  1. Nassim Mokraoui

    Had a galaxy S9+ for years. Refused to trade it in. Never a fan of getting a phone “just because”. I don’t need the best, ultimate, fastest, highest quality phone every year. So, went ahead and bought this one last year. Figured I would wait a while before posting a review. Fantastic product. Especially for the money. I’d argue you’re getting this at a steal. If you’re looking to upgrade your phone, I’d definitely recommend trying these certified phones here if you’re not a fan of being ripped off with newer phones that depreciate by >30% in a matter of minutes when you can get a like-new phone for cheaper. And this phone has nothing wrong with it. Coming from my past experiences where I tried getting refurbished/used phones (even from mobile carriers) and there was issues with the software or hardware, I can say this is definitely not the case.
    I’m definitely going to be doing this again in the future. Screw cell phone carriers.

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  2. Max Oldham

    It’s a real step up from my S9, especially the camera, especially 3x wide mode for close ups of small things.

    But the battery time between recharges and also the fingerprint sensor is a major step down. Needs a charge in the afternoon if I’ve used it heavily that day. So I got a power pack and that helps, but it’s a shame I needed to do that.

    As for the fingerprint sensor, it just doesn’t work half the time. S22 locks you out if you try repeatedly, and then you have to wait a while before it lets you try again.

    It came in almost-like-new condition but not in original packaging, no clear plastic protecting the glass, and without the quick start guide, which is downloadable (and I didn’t need it). What I needed was the Samsung Smart Switch app, which sync’d my S9 apps, though not my app data. For example my voice-recorder data is still stuck on the old phone, not sure how to get that moved.

    Another minus was I couldn’t get real accident insurance from Samsung or my carrier so I would have to go with 3rd party. Too much fine print for me to believe it’s any good, so I’m `self-insured’. if I break the screen, it’s never going to have any trade-in value and then I’ll be looking for another refurb in the $400 price range. Better than paying like $200 for insurance and possibly deductibles for the next few years.

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  3. Roberto YaCas

    It was in perfect condition… I have the sense the battery does not last as it should be. No SIM card yet, only wifi and it seems that it is not as durable as my other older Samsung phones.

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  4. Aaron

    NOT FACTORY UNLOCKED! I didn’t realize this immediately because it is not specifically sim-locked, and data and calling worked fine. Fast forward 6 months, I get an email from work telling me I’ll be kicked off the MDM policy (work email on personal phone) unless I update my OS. Evidently it was a Verizon phone, which can only receive software updates if you have Verizon SIM card. I have spent days trying to get support from Samsung, Verizon, AT&T, Amazon, and the Amazon seller only to be told to pound sand >:[

    It would seem my only option now is to take a risk with leaked / pirated firmware flashing, which I’m worried will trip the Knox security (which is the only reason I bought the phone in the first place, as Knox security was required by my employer).

    The phone itself is also disappointing. I started with a OnePlus 5t, which I was very happy with. When I was required to get a Samsung, I went to an A52 5g. The fingerprint sensor and face recognition were both so bad that unlocking the phone was a massive chore (something I do dozens of times a day). I suffered through this for a little while before upgrading to the S22. I very much resent the trend of under-display sensors which do not perform as well as their more visible counterparts. The S22 ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is vastly better than the optical one on the A52, but it still is inferior compared to a sensor on the back of the phone like on my older OnePlus. Heck, even my old galaxy S5 had a better fingerprint sensor.

    The face detection is a little better than the A52, but not as good as the OnePlus 5t. It really struggles in low light, and must be directly in front of your face. Nobody does face detection as well as Apple, but that’s probably due to patent limitations (and I refuse to go back to iphone until they allow sideloading).

    One notable issue both the A52 and S22 suffer is an inability to detect they are in my pocket. I must deliberately place the phone with the screen facing outwards or else the fingerprint reader will constantly register false attempts against my leg (which will lock you out of using biometrics)

    Battery life is not impressive. Once again the 5t was better. This may not be entirely fair b/c I do use the always-on display, but on the other hand the processor should be much more efficient for how much newer it is. I mostly believe this is similar to the issue of constantly waking up in my pocket. A proper proximity sensor could have solved this rather than just using the selfie camera, which is again another example of form over function (It also seems like samsung doesn’t even attempt to detect being in you pocket in order to reduce battery / ignore touch screen).

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  5. Bee Wells

    So far I have had it a few days but I love it. Upgraded from galaxy a32 and it’s just much better for a good price. The battery runs quickly, once it hits 5% you have a couple minutes to get it to the charger whereas I could use it for a long time from 5-1%. I turned battery saver on and it helps a little but not by much. All in all I would still have made this purchase, it’s a good quality and great condition.

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    Samsung Galaxy S22 Smartphone, Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone, 128GB, 8K Camera & Video, Brightest Display, Long Battery Life, Fast 4nm Processor, US Version, Phantom Black…
    Samsung Galaxy S22 Smartphone, Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone, 128GB, 8K Camera & Video, Brightest Display, Long Battery Life, Fast 4nm Processor, US Version, Phantom Black…

    $289.95

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