Two weeks ago, Samsung launched its new flagship Galaxy S22 line of smartphones, with the top-of-the-line model being the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The highlight of the smartphone was called the LTPO AMOLED display, support for the S-Pen stylus and one of the best cameras on the market. The smartphone immediately became a bestseller and even pre-orders were extended until April. However, after a new report from DxOMark, the smartphone’s popularity may drop significantly.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra scored just 131 points in camera testing. The same result was shown by Oppo Find X3 Pro, released last year.