We took the S22 Ultra out on the town to see just how well its main camera copes in low-light situations.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is finally available and one of its touted new features is improved night photography – or ‘Nightography’ as Samsung calls it.
Good photography depends on having light, but light can be hard to come by when you’re snapping away in places and situations such as dimly-lit pubs and restaurants or shadow-soaked streets and garden parties.
Such low-light photography is one of the toughest challenges for any smartphone. To see how the S22 Ultra’s main camera fared, we put it to work in some common low-light situations alongside one of its recent predecessors, the Galaxy S20.
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