A Note-Worth New Standard in Smartphone Innovation Has Arrived with the Ground-breaking Galaxy S22 Series

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The Samsung Galaxy S22 series has been released, introducing the world to devices that break the rules of what a smartphone can do. The Galaxy S22, S22+ and the most powerful Galaxy ever, the Galaxy S22 Ultra have set epic standards in mobile technology with astonishing camera and video technology, Samsung’s 4nm processor which takes performance to new speeds, and unbelievably long-lasting batteries1.  Samsung took another giant leap in technology by merging Galaxy Note users’ favourite built-in S Pen with the Galaxy S22 Ultra. It’s now the fastest, most responsive S Pen Samsung ever made, bringing even more possibilities to utilise its famous writing and drawing abilities more naturally on the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s expansive screen.

With the power to do what fingers can't, enhanced productivity is made more seamless and effortless. S Pen precision transforms your notes and messages into masterpieces. Turn handwriting into text for ultra-legible outlines in Samsung Notes, or add animations to videos to flex your creativity2. Then take a step back (or a couple steps) for wireless control via Air Actions. There is just so much more to do, even better, on the Galaxy S 22 series. It offers extraordinary performance, are equipped with image sensors that are larger than even the celebrated Galaxy S21 Series, along with a host of innovative camera features like Nightography designed to break the rules of light, and enhanced with incredibly intuitive and pioneering AI technology.

Trade-in to Trade-up to a smartphone like no other

Samsung is now offering those who want to switch to the Galaxy S22 the value of its Trade-in programme, which makes the device accessible to more people3. You can now trade it in your old phone and save up to R10 000 if you purchase in cash, or save up to R400 monthly on a contract3. The Galaxy S22 Series is open for pre-orders until 10 March 2022. It will be available in the country on 11 March 2022. In the spirit of breaking barriers Samsung has an irresistible launch offer, which includes the peace of mind of Samsung Care+4, a dedicated product support service covering accidental damage such as a cracked screen and repairs.

Buy Galaxy S22 Ultra - Receive Galaxy Buds Pro Free - plus the option to get the benefits of Samsung Care+ for a once-off payment of R799.004.

Buy Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ - Receive Galaxy Buds Live free - plus Samsung Care+ option, with a once-off payment of R499.004.

Explore the rule-breaking Galaxy S22 series and pre-order here


1Estimated against the usage profile of an average/typical user. Independently assessed by Strategy Analytics between 2021.12.08–12.20 in USA and UK with pre-release versions of SM-S901, SM-S906, SM-S908 under default setting using 5G Sub6 networks (NOT tested under 5G mmWave network). Actual battery life varies by network environment, features and apps used, frequency of calls and messages, number of times charged, and many other factors. The total usage time with fully charged device may vary by usage behaviour.

2Features and app availability may vary by region

3Terms and conditions apply. The value of the trade-in is based on the condition of the phone traded in and on qualifying phone

4All of the above gifts are subject to stock availability and the offer is valid until 30 April 2022. Terms & Conditions apply. Samsung Care+[1], a dedicated product support service covering accidental damages, repairs and more must be activated within 30 days of purchase.

This post and content is sponsored, written and provided by Samsung.

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