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

(8 customer reviews)

Original price was: $809.99.Current price is: $274.99.

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  • 6.1″, 1080 x 2340pixels, Infinity-O FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display, 3700mAh Battery, Wireless Powershare
  • 128GB ROM, 8GB RAM, No SD Card Slot, Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (4 nm), Octa-Core, Adreno 730
  • Rear Camera: 50MP, f/1.8 + 10MP, f/2.4 + 12MP, f/2.2, Front Camera: 10 MP, f/2.2, Android 12, One UI 4.1
  • 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, CDMA 800/1900, 3G: HSDPA 850/900/1700(AWS)/1900/2100, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO, 4G LTE: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/14/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/38/39/40/41/46/48/66/71, 5G: 1/3/5/7/8/20/28/38/41/66/71/260/261SA/NSA/Sub6/mmWave – Single SIM
  • No Warranty. Compatible with Most GSM and CDMA Carriers like T-Mobile, AT&T, MetroPCS, etc. Will Also work with CDMA Carriers Such as Verizon, Sprint.
Product Dimensions

6.7 x 3.4 x 2.44 inches

Device interface - primary




Included Components

USB Cable

Battery Power Rating



Phantom Black

Form Factor


Other camera features

Rear, Front

Other display features


Item Weight

10.6 ounces

Connectivity technologies


Wireless communication technologies



8 GB




1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Item model number

Samsung Galaxy S22 5G

Date First Available

March 9, 2022

8 reviews for Samsung Galaxy S22 Smartphone, Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone, 128GB, 8K Camera & Video, Brightest Display, Long Battery Life, Fast 4nm…

  1. Derko

    I can’t state how much Samsung has improved their software. It feels so clean and smooth. I initially considered this phone because the latest pixel phones look ugly af and needed a new phone. You won’t be disappointed if you’re coming from stock android like me.

  2. Alex G

    Bought it from Amazon renewed and I got to say I was scared at first because it was my first time. As soon as I got it, it didn’t come in its original box, it came in the seller box and still well packaged. Came with a charger and cable which was nice too. The Samsung galaxy S21 was in better condition than expected, little to no scratches, check and verified clean imei, and worked with my carrier. Where I live I understand I could have saved maybe 20 – 50 dollars if I bought it in my local market but for free shipping and in my opinion better condition that something I would pay a little more for it.

  3. Juan

    It’s been almost two months since I received my Samsung S22, I have been using it daily and I have seen no issues. The only complaints it would be that I received the phone with small scratch in the screen as expected from a (refurbished phone) and that the charger (box) died after 2 or 3 weeks of use, so I had to buy a new charger. Other then that the phone is great and it’s totally worth it.

  4. Andrea Zambrano

    Es rápido y la cámara excelente, solo recalienta un poco cuando lo usas demasiado tiempo

  5. Claudio

    The phone is in brand new conditions, no scratches nor any other sign of previous use. Packaging wasn’t that great though, it comes at the bottom of a regular cardboard box with a cardboard lid on top of it and no foam or any other kind of protection. As stated no manuals or any other original documentation whatsoever, not a big deal if you ask me, charger is not original (mine came with a Motorola branded head).
    Removed one star from the review because the phone is not unlocked as advertised, mine came Verizon locked, it’s a hassle but not a dealbreaker, there are plenty of trustworthy unlocking shops and online services out there, just had to spend 30 extra bucks…still saving a lot of money.

    EDIT: Turns out Verizon locked phones are not that easy to unlock, it would cost me 200 extra bucks so I have to return the phone

  6. Robert Salita

    I ordered four different S22 renewed unlocked phones hoping to find one with an eSIM which would activate on Verizon/USMobile network. None of the phones would activate eSIM on Verizon network. However, the TMobile store was able to port my physical TMobile SIM to eSIM thus freeing up the physical SIM for Verizon. This is the only S22, of the four, that had a vendor neutral ROM. The others had a TMobile ROM as they would show a TMobile splash screen when booting up. The problem with a TMobile phone is it installs TMobile junk apps which you can’t fully disable or remove. I’m guessing this phone can use Verizon if you take it to a store and have them work on it.

  7. chen

    Nice cellphone running smoothly and continuously in daily basis use. BUT! Battery only holds a capacity of 3700mA and it consumes so fast that I have to bring a portable power bank with it at all times. Other than that it’s a good phone though.

  8. Mazobob

    I realize these are returned for some reason or another, but I am happy to report that mine was “like new”. There is a small nick/scratch on the plastic side grip, but since I use a phone case, I don’t notice it. The front and rear are totally blemish free.

    I’m coming from a Galaxy S8+, which is almost 5 years old at this point, so the S22+ is sooo fast. Swiping screens, launching applications, etc…it just seems so fast and effortless for the CPU. The boot-up process seems to take a little longer, but for how often I reboot, it is not a bother. And who can’t wait another 10-15 seconds?

    I can’t speak to the 5G speeds, as I am usually connected to wifi, and those speeds are going to be region and carrier dependent.

    So far, I am very happy to have bought a renewed version of the latest phone (at the time of this writing), because it was almost 1/2 the price of a new one. And this “renewed” one seems to be perfectly fine so far (almost 2.5 days of use).

    On that topic (2.5 days of use)…granted I am not on my phone a lot, but I do check it frequently. I charged it full before using it, and I am starting my 3rd day with 44% of battery life. That is pretty impressive. My old phone (S8+) would be roughly 15% before the end of 2 days, but it was 5 years old, so I have to factor age into that comparison. Regardless, I felt I should comment on battery life since that is a common complaint. I realize I am not a power user, in any sense of the word, but am still impressed to be at 44% after 2+ days.

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