Usher in 2022 in style with a sleek new smartphone

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Be sure to kiss goodbye to the old and hello to the new this Valentine’s Day with some romantic tech spoils. After a rollercoaster two years of rotating lockdowns and working from our couches, it’s no secret that our devices have been feeling the overloaded toll. Treat yourself and your significant other to a fresh new smartphone that will offer you the clean slate you deserve as we move toward a safer and brighter tomorrow.

To help you find your perfect new pocket-sized MVP, tech giant Samsung is coming out with its sleek Galaxy S22 range. Not only does it bring back the fan favourites of the brand’s flagship S Series range but blends it with the beloved features available on the Samsung Galaxy Note ranges – offering Samsung clients a device that unites the best of both worlds.

You get a seamless functionality and crisp high-quality camera tech of the Samsung S Series all packaged into the bigger screen and faster processing capabilities you find in the Samsung Galaxy Note ranges.

Watch as Samsung South Africa representatives, Lesedi Mashale (Group PR Leader), Zahir Cajee (Mobile Experience Product Lead), and Justin Hume (Director of Mobile Experience) unpack all of the exciting features to expect in their Samsung Galaxy S22 range:

This post is sponsored by Samsung produced by BrandStudio24 for News24.

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