Today, let's compare two great phones that aren't too far apart in terms of price.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and Google Pixel 7 Pro, these two phones are amzzing phones, no matter which part you look at, it's a satisfying phone.
Samsung Pixel 7 Pro was released on February 25, 2022, and Google Pixel 7 Pro was released on October 13, 2022.
These two are not very different in terms of information, so I will compare them with priority given to feelings.
Body or Hand Feeling
In terms of body dimensions, the S22 Ultra is 163.3 x 77.9 x 8.9 mm and the Pixel 7 Pro is 162.9 x 76.6 x 8.9 mm, so there is not much difference.
In terms of weight, it is 212 g and 228 g, so there is no significant difference. Water resistant is also IP68.
Also, both have the same aluminum frame, so you can fully experience the taste of the flagship and there is no gap.
These are just the facts according to the informations on the papter, but in the reality the Galaxy S22 Ultra feels more comfortable
to hold in your hand due to the curved display and back design.
So there's no difference, but if I had to choose one, I'd go for the better-feeling Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The display screen size is almost the same as 6.7 inches and 6.8 inches.
The resolution is 1440 x 3120 pixels and 1440 x 3088 pixels, so there are more pixels, but it's not noticeable.
In Display Fingerprint is the same. In terms of speed, I think Galaxy S22 Ultra is slightly faster.
The refresh rate is 120Hz, so it's the same, but the ability to shine under the sun, the S22 Ultra is better .
So, according to the informations, both phones have the same display and both are very good quality.
But if you choose me only one, I would choose the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Because the S22 Ultra has a higher screen-to-body ratio and the curved display looks better than the Pixel 7 Pro.
The water-drop notch is also small, and when you look at it suddenly, it looks like a big full screen.
Image - Nanareview
Now let's compare the performance.
As for CPU, Pixel 7 Pro uses Google Tensor G2 (5 nm), while S22 Ultra uses Exynos 2200 (4 nm).
For Europe, Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (4 nm) is used.
According to the data, the S22 Ultra performs quite well in both AnTuTu 9 and GeekBench 5.
You can check the details here
In terms of CPU performance, the S22 Ultra is superior, but in performance tests, there is not that much of a difference.
The reason is because of the OS, Pixel 7 Pro uses Google's Pure Android, which is faster than other ROMs.
So, if you choose one, this time I will choose Pixel 7 Pro because of Battery & Software Optimization, Ram Management, etc.
Camera, the important role of modern flagship phones
After the importance of phone cameras, flagship phone cameras have become more and more advanced.
S22 Ultra is equipped with 108 MP, 10 MP (230mm), 10 MP (70mm), and 12 MP cameras and can record up to 8K@24fps, 4K@30/60fps.
Pixel 7 Pro is equipped with 50 MP (25mm), 48 MP, 48 MP, and 12 MP cameras and can record up to 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120/240fps.
Both the phones have gyro-EIS for optimal stabilization. In terms of image quality, the detail is S22 Ultra is better.
But thanks to the Google Camera APP, you will be able to shoot as needed with more functions and more cool lighting and pro settings in Google Pixel 7 Pro.
This time, I want to choose the Pixel 7 Pro.
The battery is the same at 5000 mAh, but the Pixel 7 Pro will be better slightly because of the 4nm chipset and software optimization.
As for the charging system, the S22 Ultra has Fast charging 45W, so the charging time will be faster. Google Pixel 7 Pro Fast charging,
it can only support up to 23W, so S20 Ultra will be more.
As for the audio part, it will have the same stereo speakers. The S22 Ultra is audio tuned by AKG, so it will be better.
As the 2 phones are flagships, there is not much difference in terms of specifications. You can choose the price that suits you and use it.
For me, if I had to choose one, I would choose the S22 Ultra because in terms of design, the S22 Ultra is much better than the Pixel 7 Pro.
And then the pen is my favourate part.