SAMSUNG Galaxy S22 Ultra Smartphone, Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone, 256GB, 8K Camera & Video, Brightest Display, S Pen, Long Battery Life,…

(4 customer reviews)

Original price was: $569.99.Current price is: $465.00.

Last updated on 04:35 Details
  • 6.8″, 1440 x 3088pixels, Infinity-O FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display, 5000mAh Battery, Wireless Powershare
  • 256GB ROM, 12GB RAM, No SD Card Slot, Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (4nm), Octa-Core, Adreno 730
  • Rear Camera: 108MP, f/1.8 + 10MP, f/4.9 + 10MP, f/2.4 + 12MP, f/2.2, Front Camera: 40MP, 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

3 x 0.35 x 6 inches

Item Weight

12.3 ounces

Item model number

Galaxy S22 Ultra

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

OS

Android

RAM

12 GB

Wireless communication technologies

Cellular

Connectivity technologies

Wi-Fi

Other display features

Wireless

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Form Factor

Smartphone

Colour

Green

Battery Power Rating

5000 Milliamp Hours

Included Components

USB Cable

Manufacturer

Samsung

Date First Available

April 12, 2022

4 reviews for SAMSUNG Galaxy S22 Ultra Smartphone, Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone, 256GB, 8K Camera & Video, Brightest Display, S Pen, Long Battery Life,…

  1. Jessy

    Two weeks ago, I decided to buy my partner a new phone – a new (or slightly used but more affordable) Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra – Phantom Black – 256gig!

    I started looking at many retailers and this specific listing for less than $800 was heavily considered but eventually I opted for BestBuy’s open box condition for $1145 plus the additional cost for 2 day shipping. Despite the varying prices between the phone I purchased from BestBuy vs this specific listing, all other descriptions of the phone and condition were identical. I just trusted BestBuy more and dismissed the extra $350 as they were more reputable sources for electronics. What a mistake that was!

    The 2 day shipping turned into 8, having actually started shipment on day 7. When it finally arrived, setup took 2 hours. There were some noticeable issues that I dismissed as a bug in the latest update (wireless connectivity being sporadic and frequently disconnecting, S pen not being recognized when slotted in the phone, apps crashing or becoming unresponsive) and just reached out to BestBuy for the fifth time to request a refund on the shipping cost as they did not deliver on that service. This night, I was informed that there was a price drop to $967 prior to shipment and that I would be reimbursed the difference. This conversation carried on for 30 minutes until the agent became unresponsive for the remaining 40. All other agents I talked with that night refused to uphold this reimbursement for “policy” which is understandable but as this was now an accrued 7 hours pursuing refund for shipping and that had still not been granted, I GAVE UP. I couldn’t take it anymore! As soon as that chat ended, I placed my order from here with 2 day shipping with hopes of receiving it by Friday so I could set it up and have the BestBuy phone ready for return by Saturday.

    It is now Friday night. The phone delivered this morning. Setup was SO MUCH FASTER taking less than 40 minutes including a full data transfer from the previous phone and it has presented no issues whatsoever! I should have just gone with this in the very first place! Definitely will be shopping Amazon’s refurbished for my electronics – very tempted to close my BestBuy account altogether!

  2. Stephen Banks

    Speed of deliver and packaging were fine for a refurbished unit.

    Battery life is [insert chef kiss emoji]

    I started out with Samsung when the Galaxy 2 first came out. After a few years I realized that Galaxy and Apple were going towards an arms race for tech and customer retentiin. Decided to settle for other brands that provides similar products for less.
    This is my first Samsung product after nearly 15 or so years.
    I appreciate the construction, weight, and processing speed.
    The screen is very durable, thought, I always buy a protective case when I get a phone–heavy duty OtterBox for this 1k beast.

    I am beyond satisfied with the performance and would suggest, if asked, this phone to anyone with the capital to spend.

    —–
    Dislikes:

    The bloat ware on the machine is horrible.
    Seems everyother update wants to force an app download to boost metrics.
    There are nearly 15 inborn apps that can’t be deactivated/put to sleep/or otherwise removed.
    Can’t turn off Samsung push messages. So, if/when there is a new product…you will hear about it.

    These all are relatively minor in the grand scheme, and this only removed 1 star.

  3. Samantha Soto

    El producto parece nuevo

  4. Andy in Illinois

    I was a little apprehensive spending more on a used phone than I spent on my new OnePlus 6T 4 years ago. I’d done the research and decided on the Galaxy S22 Ultra (mostly for the phone capabilities) but wasn’t willing to spend $1200, so I took a chance on a refurb unit. I’ve had it for a couple days now and I can say it was one of my better purchases.

    The phone arrived a day early, well packaged, and included the phone(w/37% battery charge), an adaptive fast charger, a cheap usb c charging cable, and sim removal tool. After close inspection, the phone showed no signs of prior ownership. It was in pristine condition just like new. It started right up and I got through the setup process. Being an unlocked phone,I figured I could just throw in my Cricket sim card and be ready to go. Cricket recognized the phone straight away, reminded me to turn on wireless calling, and I was back in business. Now let’s get it charged up.

    I plugged in my OP6T usb c cable and powerpack out of habit and started messing with settings when I ran across the battery settings. It showed 2 hour, 13 minutes until fully charged. Ok, lets try the included charger and cable. I setup the included charging rig and the charging time was reduced to 42 minutes. Sweet!… until it wasn’t. With the phone fully charged, I went to unplug the charger only to find it stuck in the phones usb port. No amount of wiggling in any direction would free it. Time to turn to Google for a solution. Not much help there other than someone suggesting sending the phone in for charging port replacement after suggesting the fast charger combined with a cheap cable may have allowed an arc to form in the port effectively “welding” the cable to the port. Panic set in as I resumed the wiggling process. I finally decided to pull harder and dislodge it, whatever the outcome. It came out finally. I plugged in my “good” cable and it showed “charged” so I knew it was working. I quickly disposed of the cheap usb cable so it could cause to more harm. Crisis averted.

    I can tell that the signal reception is much better than I had with my old phone. My old phone had good early morning reception where I work but it was shut down at 9:30 A.M. for the rest of the day. I was happy to see that was no longer the case with this phone. I had useable signal even inside the building. That in itself is huge to me.

    This a is a large phone. I work construction and wear carpenter jeans (with the pocket on the right leg) and all my previous phones slid right in that pocket with a slim case. This phone will barely fit naked. With the case I bought for it, it won’t even begin to fit. Luckily the Unicorn Beetle Pro case has the belt clip so I can still carry it while at work… although I’m not a fan of the belt clip method. The case is very protective but makes the phone even huge(er). I have a slim case on order.

    The phone itself is fast, responsive and beautiful with more bells and whistles than any phone I’ve owned to date. It’s going to take some time to start learning the tips and tricks that make this phone stand out from the crowd, otherwise it’s a waste of this phones “talent”. I’m hoping my luck and the longevity of the phone will keep this as my daily driver for years to come as Samsung has promised four generations of One UI and Android OS upgrades.

    (tl:dr) It’s a big glorious phone sent safely at a good price. IMO… if you can swing the price, don’t hesitate.

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