Samsung's new Galaxy S22 lineup consists of three new phones: the Galaxy S22 Ultra (left), the Galaxy S22 Plus (middle) and the Galaxy S22 (right).
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is the biggest and most expensive of the bunch. It has a 6.8-inch screen and starts at $1,200.
The Galaxy S22 Plus (left) and Galaxy S22 (right) are Samsung's successors to the Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21. The larger Plus model has a 6.6-inch screen, while the S22 has a 6.1-inch display. The Galaxy S22 starts at $800 while the S22 Plus starts at $1,000.
Across the board, Samsung upgraded the phones' design with a new glass and metal build.
The new phones are available for preorder on Feb. 9 and launch on Feb. 25.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is essentially a replacement for Samsung's Galaxy Note. It's the first Galaxy S phone to come with an S Pen stylus in the box.
Plus, there's also a slot on the S22 Ultra for storing the S Pen, just like on Samsung's Galaxy Note phones.
The sharp angular edges on the S22 Ultra also resemble the Galaxy Note's design.
The starting configuration of the S22 Ultra comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. But you can configure it up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra comes in white, black, green and burgundy color options.
Samsung's new high-end phone also has a four-lens camera that includes a 108-megapixel main sensor, another factor that distinguishes it from the S22 and S22 Plus.
Both the S22 and S22 Plus come with a triple-lens camera with a 50-megapixel main sensor.
The Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus come in black, white, green and pink gold. They each come with 8GB of RAM and can be configured with 128GB of 256GB of storage.
Check back soon for our full review of the Galaxy S22 lineup.