A number of the top-tier iPhone 13 and Galaxy S22 variants have already been compared; however, the stock models have not. We’ll contrast the Apple iPhone 13 and Samsung Galaxy S22 in this article. These two smartphones are directly competitive in almost every aspect and are comparable in size. However, there are significant differences between the two phones, which should make this comparison fascinating.

Both of them are very different from one another. The most evident difference is in the designs, since they both feel and look very differently in the hand. Although there are some similarities, their specifications are not too close. Naturally, software builds vary greatly, and so forth. We’ll start by outlining their requirements and go from there. Let’s begin comparing the Apple iPhone 13 and Samsung Galaxy S22.

Apple iPhone 13 SPECS S22 Galaxy Samsung 6.1-inch fullHD Super Retina XDR OLED screen size (60Hz) FullHD Dynamic AMOLED, 6.1-inch a 2x display (120Hz adaptive refresh rate) 2532 x 1170 x 2340 x 1080 SoC for the screen Samsung Exynos 2200 or Apple A15 Bionic Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Memory 4GB 8GB (LPDDR5) Non-expandable storage with 128GB/256GB/512GB of space backup cameras Dual pixel PDAF, 1.7um pixels, f/1.6 aperture, 26mm lens, and sensor-shift OIS; 12MP 12 MP (f/2.4, 120° field of view, 13mm lens) 50MP (1.0um pixels, f/1.8 aperture, 24mm lens, OIS, Dual Pixel PDAF) 10MP (f/2.4 aperture, telephoto lens, 70mm focal length, 1.0um pixel size, OIS, PDAF, and 3x optical zoom) 12 MP (ultrawide, f/2.2, 13 mm, 120° Field of View, 1.4 um pixels) entrance cameras f/2.2, a 23mm wide-angle lens, and 12 MP Dual Pixel PDAF, f/2.2 aperture, 1.22um pixel size, and 10MP 3,240mAh non-removable battery with 23W wired, 15W MagSafe, and 7.5W Qi wireless charging capabilities. 3,700mAh non-removable battery with 5W Wireless PowerShare, 15W Qi wireless charging, and 45W wired charging. Dimensions 146 x 70.6 x 7.6 mm 146.7 x 71.5 x 7.7 mm 174 grams and 167 grams Connectivity Wi-Fi, USB Type-C, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, 5G, LTE, and other wireless technologies Security contemporary facial scanning Ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner; iOS 15; Android; One UI 4.1; Price: $799 $799 Buy Apple Samsung Samsung Galaxy S22 vs. Apple iPhone 13: Design They are quite dissimilar when it comes to design. The only real similarities between them are in terms of overall size and construction materials. The iPhone 13 feels very different in the hand because of its more boxy form. Like the Galaxy S22, it has a flat display as well. The Galaxy S22 features a camera hole in the center of the display, whereas the iPhone 13 has a notch at the top of the screen.

Advertisement Both devices have extremely thin bezels, though the Galaxy S22 does have a more contemporary appearance from the front thanks to the display camera hole. The right side of the Galaxy S22 has all of the physical buttons, but the left and right sides of the iPhone 13s are divided. The Galaxy S22’s camera island is an extension of the phone’s frame, in contrast to the iPhone 13’s camera island, which looks more conventional. Of course, the cameras are also positioned differently.

The Galaxy S22’s form and display curvature do make it feel more slippery. The Galaxy S22 is a little bit narrower than the other phone, but they are nearly identical in height. When it comes to thickness, they are also practically equal. While both phones are built of metal and glass and are marginally lighter than the iPhone 13, the Galaxy S22 is slightly more compact. Both are rather little by today’s standards, but they are also fairly diverse, so it all depends on your preferences.

Samsung Galaxy S22 vs. Apple iPhone 13: Display A 6.1-inch 2532 x 1170 Super Retina XDR OLED display is available on the Apple iPhone 13. Unfortunately, the refresh rate is limited to 60Hz. In addition to supporting HDR10 content, this flat panel also supports Dolby Vision. We’re looking at a peak brightness of 1,200 nits, which is fairly bright, and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 for the display. The phone boasts an 86 percent screen-to-body ratio and is protected by scratch-resistant ceramic glass on the display.

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On the other side, the Galaxy S22 has a 6.1-inch fullHD (2340 x 1080) Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel. This display has a 120Hz refresh rate and is curved. Additionally, it supports HDR10 content, and its maximum brightness of 1,300 nits makes it fairly bright. Aspect ratio is 19.5:9 on this monitor. By the way, the display of the Galaxy S22 is shielded by Gorilla Glass Victus.

Both of these panels, as you can see, look fantastic on paper. But is that also the case in reality? Yes, it certainly is. If you’re very used to high refresh rate displays, in which case you should choose the Galaxy S22, you’ll actually be delighted with either one. The two panels are comparable to one another except from that. They have excellent viewing angles and are bright and colorful. Both have excellent touch sensitivity, and so on. But keep in mind that one is flat and the other is curved, just in case it matters to you.

Advertisement SAMSUNG GALAXY S22 vs. Apple iPhone 13: Performance Both of these phones appear to be pretty capable in terms of performance on paper. The Apple A15 Bionic, one of the most potent mobile processors on the market, if not the most potent one, is included in the iPhone 13. NVMe storage and 4GB of RAM are also included. There are two alternative SoC options for the Galaxy S22. The Exynos 2200 is featured in one model while the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is in the other. UFS 3.1 flash storage and 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM are also included.

Now, be aware that the Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 devices function differently. Up until the most recent update, which appears to have made things better, the Exynos 2200 units did experience some performance difficulties. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 model had excellent performance right out of the box, however they do grow warm under heavier workloads. Keep in mind that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is offered everywhere else, whereas the Exynos 2200 model is only sold in Europe.

Overall performance on both phones is excellent. They can easily manage common tasks like multitasking, browsing, watching multimedia, and so forth. On both smartphones, gaming is excellent as well, and so forth. Just be sure to update the Exynos 2200 with the most recent version to avoid performance concerns. Overall, both phones function well, as they should given that they are flagship-level phones.

Advertisement Samsung Galaxy S22 vs. Apple iPhone 13: Battery The Galaxy S22 has a 3,700mAh battery, compared to 3,240mAh in the iPhone 13. However, there are differences between how iOS and Android manage battery use, and iPhones often require smaller batteries. Thus, despite what it may seem, this difference is not as important. In actuality, the iPhone 13 outperformed the Galaxy S22 in terms of battery life. The iPhone 13 can run for more than three hours on the 3,240mAh battery.

The battery life of the Galaxy S22 isn’t the best. Updates have made it better, but it is still not as good as the iPhone 13s. Naturally, your usage, location, signal, and other factors will have a significant impact on the battery life. But, for the majority of you, you may anticipate between 5 and 6 hours of screen time every day. The iPhone 13 can typically go longer than that, providing 6.5 to 7 hours of screen time. Once more, your outcomes could be completely different based on a variety of variables, including the SoC used in the Galaxy S22 series. The Snapdragon model was employed.

Even in terms of charging, these phones are comparable. The Apple iPhone 13 can charge at 7.5W Qi magnetic wireless charging, 15W MagSafe wireless charging, and 23W wired charging (unofficial rating) (devices that are not MagSafe compatible). On the other hand, the Galaxy S22 has 25W wired charging, 15W wireless charging, and 4.5W reverse wireless charging.

Advertisement Samsung Galaxy S22 vs. the Apple iPhone 13: Cameras These two phones have somewhat different camera configurations. The Galaxy S22 features three cameras on the back compared to the iPhone 13’s two. On the back of the iPhone 13, there is a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera in addition to a 12-megapixel standard wide-angle camera. A 50-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 10-megapixel telephoto camera are all featured on the Galaxy S22.

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These are two excellent smartphone cameras, no doubt about it. However, they do offer several images. The photos taken with the iPhone 13 are more realistic. You are essentially receiving the camera performance of the iPhone 12 Pro series. Those taken with the Galaxy S22 do typically appear a bit more vivid and unrealistic, but not as much as images taken with earlier generations. It all relies on the kinds of photographs that you like because different people have various preferences.

Advertisement Both cameras can capture images with plenty of detail, and both can record videos well, although the iPhone 13 has the advantage there. Overall, it’s a better experience and a little smoother. Both smartphones perform admirably in low light, with the iPhone 13 aiming to be slightly more lifelike with darker tones. The Galaxy S22 is capable of illuminating a scene and capturing a wealth of information. Both phones have excellent ultrawide cameras, and the telephoto lens on the Galaxy S22 also does a commendable job.

AUDIO It’s important to note that neither of these two phones has a 3.5mm headphone connector when it comes to audio. They do each come with a stereo speaker system. Both of them have two speakers, and their locations are comparable. The secondary speaker is front-firing, while the primary speaker is bottom-firing.

On both devices, the sound emanating from the speakers is excellent. We prefer the sound of the Galaxy S22 speakers even though they are a little louder. Though the difference is little, the sound seems a little richer. Since both sets of speakers are excellent, few people—aside from audiophiles—will have anything negative to say about them.


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