This photo was taken with the Galaxy S22's 50-megapixel main lens.
This close-up of a bush was taken with the Galaxy S22's main lens. It's pretty crisp and the branches near the edge of the photo are detailed.
Here's a photo of a street corner taken with the Galaxy S22's main lens.
And here's that same photo taken with the ultrawide lens for comparison's sake.
This photo of my cat, Oscar, was taken in my apartment with all of the lights turned off. The Galaxy S22 did a pretty good job of brightening the scene and preserving detail.
This photo was taken with the telephoto lens on the Galaxy S22. It's detailed and has good contrast.
This photo was taken on a New York rooftop with the Galaxy S22's telephoto lens. You can see the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge in the distance.
This photo was taken with the Galaxy S22's telephoto lens at a 10x zoom: You can clearly see the spikes even though this photo was taken at a distance.
The Galaxy S22 can digitally zoom up to 30x, which is closer than many competing phones. But as you can see, images taken at 30x aren't usually sharp.
The Galaxy S22 has a 10-megapixel front camera that takes colorful and crisp selfies. But it's not as sharp as the Galaxy S21 FE's 32-megapixel front camera, which you can read more about in our comparison.
Check out our full Galaxy S22 review for more details about the new phone and its cameras.