With so many eyes blazing and new premium flagships on the corner, it is tempting and equally enticing to choose between any of them, despite the glitz and gizmos. While the Samsung S22 has been the latest offering with its hyper zoom capability and top-notch performance with Android power and several other features, the new iPhone is nothing more than that. With the latest and star of the show Dynamic Island taskbar, punch-out front camera output, and superfast A16 performance, it's quite a hard head-to-head game. In this article, we will look at the one-on-one comparison of the two most premium devices of the year 2022, in terms of their fit and finish, technical specifications, extraordinary price, and several other features.
Looking at the specs sheet and the various variants that both of these flagships come in is quite mesmerizing and nerve-bending. It is very interesting to see that with the advent and evolution of more and more iPhones, their prices keep exceeding all barriers. While the Samsung is at a bit cheaper rate in comparison to the 14Pro Max, the latter is itself not too soft on the pricing. The S22 Ultra ranges from Rs 92,900 to Rs 1,20,900 and the Pro Max ranges from Rs 1,39,900 to Rs 1,69,900, excluding all the configurations. The price generally varies according to the colour and technical circuitry and can be found readily across the Apple and Samsung stores across the country.
In terms of design, the edges on the Pro Max seem much smoother in comparison to those on the S22 Ultra, which are rather sharp and extremely edged out to complement its flat rectangular design. Although it does make it a tough choice to keep it in pockets due to its massive measurements, the iPhone too doesn’t stay behind, though it definitely fits the storage requirements thanks to the beautifully smooth round edges. The iPhone 14 Pro Max is made of stainless steel, while the Samsung S22 Ultra is extensively made possible by its aluminum chassis. Both get an IP68 certification, meaning you don’t have to worry about anything regardless of a dip or splash.
Both almost come with similar sets of display options to choose from. The S22 has a slight advantage with its 6.8-inch display and 1440-pixel resolution, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch display with a 1290-pixel resolution. However, in reality, Samsung has a very vivid and brightly configured display, and the Pro Max simply fills in the gaps on that display. It adds balance to those sharp edges and provides an amazing viewing experience on the screen. Both come with their own dedicated display, but over the line, they both offer an excellent display. We get to see a punch hole setting on the iPhone with the latest dynamic island, a kind of shortcut for all your essential needs; info, camera, any app, whatsoever. It’s the latest show-off for their brand, while we don’t get any such comforts in the Galaxy. The difference might not be huge, but it definitely doesn’t call out for red alarms, leaving the user a bit of space to complain. Rather, it engages them, wanting more as they both come with their own unique identification.
In terms of performance, Apple leads the game. With the installation of the fastest A16 Bionic Chip under its skin, it makes sure to be the best of the rest when it comes to performance. On the other hand, the S22 Ultra comes with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, unlike any other premium Android phone with the latest processor chipset. Both of them manage the various multi-tasking and high-voltage games while also using the camera and the multiple features that came with it. But to be frank, we could easily see the beast of the two, the iPhone 14 Pro Max, always taking a huge lead. In reality, the freedom and flexibility that the Apple brand provides are simply irresistible in comparison to the standard Android experience, which may feel a little mundane. In the base model also, we get to see only a 6GB RAM variant, in contrast to the 8GB base variant of Samsung, which can bring relief to some.
The iPhone bags a 48MP high-resolution sensor with its primary lens, and the Galaxy brings a whopping 108MP sensor with the ability to hyper boost your zooming up to 10x through a periscope lens in the rear that powers up all the way to allow a crazy 100x zoom with a minor loss in details, while the iPhone allows only zooming up to 9x. The daylight captured seemed to be more attractive on the Ultra, while the darker regions of the frame felt a bit whitish in comparison to the shots of the 14Pro Max. Both of the devices offer a phenomenal wide and ultra-wide viewing angle of capture. In terms of video recording, the Pro Max offers cutting-edge technology. The brand claims the device itself is now capable of replacing any gimble for smoother and unshaken video footage with a 4K recording option on the table.
We would recommend you to try listening to the audio quality on the new iPhone, as it is so soothing and balanced, with proper drops in the amounts of bass and such clear attention to detail and rhythm. It truly takes the comparison to another level. The Samsung, though, has a very even amount of audio response. It is clear, without any vibration in the speaker grill or over the body. But in terms of taking on Apple’s 14-Pro Max in any way,
The Galaxy comes with a massive 5000mAh battery life that pushes the ball in Samsung’s court. While the iPhone comes with only a 4320mAh battery life, the brand claims it has worked on better battery optimization by removing unnecessary electronics and only allowing the important hardware on the device to boost the battery performance.
To be clear now, if you want a smartphone with a super flat design and an S Pen to co-relate your creativity and a hyper zoom camera, then definitely choose the Galaxy, because it surely brings a premium device over the curtains, while for those who want to grow their Apple ecosystem, and want a very long-lasting device with the latest features and A16 superfast performance, then we would recommend you buy it, as it is definitely worth every bit of your money.
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