Samsung recently released the TV spot embedded below, showcasing the merits of the Galaxy S22 Ultra and Galaxy Z Flip4 5G (approx. 1,100 euros on Amazon) compared to the Apple iPhone 14 Pro. Apparently Samsung has also looked at the numerous leaks and is not impressed by them. Unsurprisingly, Samsung focuses on features that Apple doesn’t offer, even if they don’t always have advantages.
The 108 megapixel main camera is advertised as the highest-resolution camera of all smartphones – that’s just not true anymore, because the Motorola X30 Pro was introduced a few weeks ago with a 200 MP main camera. Quite apart from the fact that a higher resolution does not necessarily lead to better image quality. The iPhone 14 Pro will also receive a powerful upgrade in this area, as the flagship’s main camera will have a 48 MP sensor.
The 100x “Space Zoom”, with which even the moon can be photographed, is advertised as the next innovation that Apple does not offer. The periscope telephoto camera with 10x optical zoom actually gives the Galaxy S22 Ultra a bigger advantage against the iPhone 14 Pro in this regard. This is unlikely to be the last spot with which Samsung will advertise the advantages of Galaxy smartphones over the iPhone 14 Pro, but the technology giant from South Korea started surprisingly early this year to discredit the competition.
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