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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra - Pristine - 12 Month Warranty £569 @ Envirofone

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The Galaxy S22 Ultra pushes the boundaries for power, performance, and creativity in a smartphone. Powered by a lightning fast 4nm processor, enjoy a super long-lasting battery, an immersive Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with stand-out brightness, and night-time cameras with Dual Optical Zooms. Plus it comes with an advanced S Pen embedded in its minimalist design for serious multi-tasking.

5G enabled

Get ready for the next generation of mobile internet and experience incredible download speeds, or play games without the fear of lag. Please contact your mobile service provider regarding the 5G options currently available to you.

Advanced S Pen included

The first S series smartphone to have an S Pen embedded in its design, the S22 Ultra puts huge multi-tasking options at your fingertips. Sign documents, sketch ideas, take notes, and more. It's ultra responsive and precise, and Air Actions let you easily open files and control videos.

Epic stills and video, even at night

The Galaxy S22 Ultra houses a 40MP selfie camera, plus 12MP Ultra Wide, 108MP Wide, and 10MP Tele triple rear lenses, and is packed with tech for amazing content creation.

Sophisticated AI and a 4nm processor let you capture supremely bright, blur-free and super-smooth videos, and you can create superb footage after dark with the 'Nightography' feature. Auto Framerate automatically adjusts each frame by lighting condition. A large pixel sensor captures every tiny detail, and OIS and Auto Focus keep every clip steady and sharp.

For stills, take pro-grade portraits in low-light with AI enhanced cameras. Adaptive Pixel uses the Wide lens in both modes to combine stunning brightness with exceptional clarity. Detail Enhancer Mode improves sharpness and colour, and you can get closer to the action with 100x Space Zoom and 3x/10x optical zoom.

Brighter, smoother viewing

Its QHD+ AMOLED 2X display has a 1 – 120Hz refresh rate, and it adapts to your activity, so scrolling is smoother than ever.

5000 mAh battery

Thanks to housing a 5000 mAh battery, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will see you through the day. Helpfully, when you do need a top up, super-fast charging technology means you won't be hanging around for long. If you prefer to power up via a Qi wireless charger, don't worry – with Fast Wireless Charging, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has you covered.

Qi Wireless Powershare

Want to power up a (Qi wireless charging compatible) device such as your GalaxyBuds or a Samsung Galaxy Watch Active (sold separately), while you're out and about? No problem – just place your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra face down and put the battery-drained item on the phone's back to start charging.

What is RAM?

RAM (Random Access Memory) is different to the permanent storage provided by hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) or memory cards in your equipment. RAM is used by your device to temporarily store data to carry out everyday operations. The more RAM your machine has, the faster you can expect it to open and run programs.

This device has 12GB RAM.

Stay connected

Across the S22 range, you can collaborate, create, and chat together, even when you're apart, with Google Duo Live, share reactions to the latest Youtube videos, or share your screen to brainstorm ideas.

Galaxy tech

Take the Galaxy experience further with the One UI 4.1, a secure Digital Wallet, enhanced security and privacy, and smarter pairing with other Galaxy devices.

  • 6.8-inch AMOLED display
  • 108MP quad-lens camera
  • 40MP selfie camera
  • 5000mAh battery
  • Google Assistant
  • Fingerprint scanner


  • Connectivity - GPS, NFC, 5G Ready
  • Camera Features - LED flash, Hyperlapse, Panorama
  • Dimensions - 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9mm
  • Weight - 228g
  • Display Size - 6.8-inches
  • Battery Size - 5000mAh
  • Standard Features - Fast charge battery, Finger Print Recogniton, Face Recognition
  • Expandable memory - No

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  1. TurkishGB's avatar
    As an owner of the S22 Ultra and an S23 Ultra. Definitely give the S22 Ultra a miss. The S23 Ultra looks similar but is a night and day better phone. The battery life on my S22 Ultra was just unacceptable.
    Sand22's avatar
    As a recent new owner of an S22 Ultra I was amazed at how the phone would burn through battery. However a quick fix of putting unused apps to sleep has fixed this and I'm getting at least 1.5days with decent usage and the screen on full res. It does seem the S23 Ultra's new chip is helping with the battery (a galaxy optimised SD Gen 2 on all rather than exynos), but at this price I wouldn't be put off
  2. barrad's avatar
    Great price, but 128gb is not enough with all the apps taking a lot of space.
    legend86's avatar
    The 128gb also only has the 8gb ram. (edited)
  3. dcarrigandc's avatar
    Can you expand the memory.
    MrSwitch's avatar
    Unfortunately not
  4. ah_heng's avatar
    I wonder what's the net storage space left when we first use the phone that comes with 128GB. Thanks.
    plewis00's avatar
    100GB usable after full reset and no apps (other than OEM ones) installed.
  5. David_PG's avatar
    I would advise against getting a Samsung S22 Ultra - for performance issues, but also becuase I've had a very, very poor experience with their Customer Services when trying to sort out issues, which I experienced since the first day I turned it on back in May 2022.

    I had issues with mine for 5+ months - it initially was getting up to 70c even whilst iddling and the phone barely lasts 6-8hours off a full charge and with hardly any use. The overheating issue was fixed but battery has never good, I only ever got 13 hours max off a full charge with only light use (Spotify both ways on my commute and whatsapp messages on and off throughout the day) and Samsung have been saying it's working 100% ok, even through they advertise 24+ hours and suitable for power-users (I wouldn't say a bit of Spotify and WhatsApp are power use, but it killedmy phone). Anyway, it took me over 5 months to finally get a refund from Samsung, and not because they admitted the phone was faulty or any other issue, but supposedly because my customer experience hadn't lived up to my expectations - of course it hadn't when they claimed 24+ hours battery and the phone lasting till the 2nd day. For weeks I tweeted my daily experience of the phone and all the issues I had with it, with documented screenshots evidencing poor battery life under SamsungPhoneWoes.

    Anyway, I was led round the houses by differenty customer services teams for months, and the phone is garbage because it can't even last 0.5 day with barely any use, though the camera is exceptional. I used to be a big fan of Samsung, but now because of my recent experiene I would highly recommend going with any other phone manufacturer - the S22 Ultra can't perform, and Samsung Customer Services don't care about you once they've got your money.
    ipmanwck's avatar
    I think the Samsung made chips always overheat prob why they now use qualcomm and s23 ultra has Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 which apparently is very good
  6. Azwipe's avatar
    Might be the one i sold to Vodafone for £790 last month
  7. JonReese's avatar
    What is this whole "Mother's Day £380 off" rubbish they're talking about?! Trying to pretend that this would still sell for £950
    Hotspur's avatar
  8. realdeals's avatar
    Every year people say don't upgrade the difference is not worth the extra outlay, now certain people in this thread would have you believe it's best to get the S23 U at twice the price.
    I've never seen a phone that was £500+ better than it's predecessor.
    shaggy's avatar
    Marketing !
  9. sxxychocolate's avatar
    128GB? No thanks!!! But thanks for posting
  10. Alex5454's avatar
    My OnePlus 8 pro still going strong. Won't be upgrading anytime soon.
    TurkishGB's avatar
    Great phone.
  11. asylbekmukhanov's avatar
    Has anyone ever used this store? Are they any good?
    plewis00's avatar
    Well known but variable gradings like Music Magpie, maybe a little better. The 4Gadgets deal the other day was better value.
  12. richHDUK's avatar
    I'm semi-tempted but to be honest my Note 10 is still holding up really well.
    pringler's avatar
    That’s good to know, I’m sure people were worried if your note 10 was still holding up well or not yet.
  13. kingmonkey69's avatar
    Cold not iPhone only like iPhone
    Rayyan_Imam's avatar
  14. genieuk2008's avatar
    I'm dreaming of the days when we'll start getting trade-in and cashback offers like we did with the S22 ultra
    Quklux's avatar
    You mean trade in for s23U?
  15. Dacra's avatar
    Got this back in December for 25/month over 2 years on 02, so about 600 including 2 years contract.

    Was ok for that price, certainly not worth more though, the full price on phones is madness.
    Ouzoherb's avatar
    Same deal as me , allow £10 a month for the contract and the phone was really cheap at £350 but I dont think any are worth more than 400. The good thing is should get a decent trade in in 2 years and recoup most of the 350.
  16. klopikxda's avatar
    with s21 U that I got 2 years ago and fast charged a lot i can assure you that battery degradation is not an issue.
    Worse of with something else:
    Samsung S20 and above series batteries will sooner puff and explode than degrade below 80% of its life (and yes my battery starts to swell) (edited)
    Edged's avatar
    ive had my S20 since day one and not had any problems with battery, i use the protect battery since i bought it though.
  17. kawsar's avatar
    Probably best to put the storage size in the description writing of the deal so those who are looking for specific minimum requirements can make a quick judgement. (edited)
  18. Jesusaur's avatar
    Still happy with my Note 10 plus but this is a good deal, heat added.
  19. KrisLeeds's avatar
    Given that cloud storage is the now, 128GB is MORE than enough.
  20. LordFlashHeart's avatar
    My wife and I both have S22 Ultras except hers uses an Exynos SOC whereas my US version has the Snapdragon SOC. Both manage a day but if you don't need the body secreting S-pen the S21 ultra is 90% of the S22 Ultra.

    Also camera sensors seem to have reached a point where software is taking over and as 'most' zoomed in pictures over 3x are unusable the 10x is just pointless. Personally after 20 years I'm over chasing camera sensors as it seems it's the software AI is the future (so I'll most likely keep my S22 Ultra till it dies)

    Oh and the normal S23 seems like a good buy and does away with the Exynos for the Snapdragon.
  21. eshanmistry73's avatar
    Ordered thanks
  22. Richard_Collinson's avatar
    Who got mugged off and paid £1149 a year ago for this crap lol. £539 now lol.
    DarrylJohn's avatar
    Got my S23 Ultra 512gb for the equiv price of around £610. Just need to decide if I want to part with my fold 3 or sell it back on.
  23. bhqmaster's avatar
    Not an iPhone
  24. KapilPaul's avatar
    trade in?
    FatGeordie's avatar
    I know you can sell to Envirofone, which is effectively a trade in I suppose
  25. Steve-O.2008's avatar
    Was thinking of getting a refurbished s22 Ultra but then wondered how do you know your going to get a phone with a genuine screen (eg if the previous owner had it replaced with a AliExpress special screen) and also what the battery life is like on a 1 year old phone that's been fast charged alot
    DopeyDunker's avatar
    You can always return if you're not happy with it? You can try the accubattery app for a (reasonable) measure of the battery, but you need to do a few charge cycles for anything like a sensible reading.
  26. olie6915's avatar
    Downsides to this phone (other than storage which I'm not bothered about) is it battery life that's bad on these?
    MentalFloss's avatar
    For me personally battery life was quite poor especially with 5G turned on. I had to setup a Bixby routine to switch to airplane mode (and use VoWifi) at home and work to get decent battery life. The interface also felt slightly laggy due to Samsung's software. I switched to the Pixel 7 Pro and it's better on both respects. (edited)
  27. stiltsky's avatar
    Is the new s23 ultra noticeably better on battery?
    klopikxda's avatar
    yes, check some YT videos.
  28. Paul_Dawe's avatar
    I have this phone but the 256gb model, amazing phone you won't be disappointed
  29. The3dge's avatar
    Great deal might just buy it...I recently bought with smartcellular turned out to be fraud.. So be careful
    thebutcher's avatar
    Oh what happened
  30. Ouzoherb's avatar
    The one thing I would add is I got this phone for about £350 new allowing £10 a month for the o2 contract so a mega bargain thanks mr switch BUT is too big for me and i wish I had gone with the plus instead.
  31. aldino's avatar
    Do not buy this.

    The S23U with trade in was only £200 more than this and it's a much better device due to the CPU.

    There's a reason why S23U sales are sky high compared to the S22U. S22U is one to miss.
    The3dge's avatar
    That's how it started from £400 mobile then £60 more for + model then £100 more for ultra model + 60 more for pristine +60 more for 256 now little difference for S23U
  32. Robert_Boulton's avatar
    I want a mint s21 ultra 512gb. Nicer curved edges...
    The3dge's avatar
    Yup gotto love the curves
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