Xiaomi 12S Ultra vs Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: Although Xiaomi may not admit it in public, the Ultra series is clearly intended to compete with Samsung’s own line using the same name, and the two lines are worth comparing. I don’t just say this since the word “Ultra” is in it. Heck, ZTE also makes an ultra-thin phone, but I wouldn’t say that it truly competes with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. The new phone must offer the newest cutting-edge technology and support it with polished software for an all-around premium experience in order to hold its own against Android’s top dog. Being Ultra requires action, and the Xiaomi 12S Ultra takes it.
What better phone to compare the Xiaomi 12S Ultra to than the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung’s top-tier camera phone given its massive camera system and ambitions to dominate the camera market?
Both of these big phones have cameras that can zoom in and photograph effectively at night, but the Xiaomi has a larger sensor that gives it an advantage in low light and only has one 5X zoom camera, as opposed to the Galaxy’s dual zoom camera system.
In a nutshell:
- 6.7″+ screens with 1440p resolution and 120Hz refresh rate on both
- Larger main sensor on Xiaomi
- Galaxy has a 3X and 10X zoom cameras, Xiaomi only has 5X zoom
- Xiaomis has faster chip
- Galaxy has bigger battery
- Xiaomi has faster charging
Since Xiaomi’s phone is now only available in China, I am aware that this comparison cannot be taken seriously as a buyer’s recommendation by the majority of readers. However, I think the 12S Ultra will finally make its global premiere. The Xiaomi 12S Ultra and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra now offer the greatest and “most” hardware in terms of slab phones, thus even though the 12S Ultra isn’t widely available, it’s still worth a comparison for the sake of curiosity.
The largest areas of difference between the two Ultra phones may possibly be in the design since the two handsets actually share a lot of functions and photography principles. The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a boxy shape with sharp corners, a simple camera setup without a camera island, and lenses that are simply mounted to the phone’s chassis. Comparatively, Xiaomi’s 12S Ultra is curved with rounded sides and a massive camera module that begs for attention.
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