Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra deals in May 2024

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
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Here are the best deals for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra — the return of Galaxy Note in everything but name!

Alongside all the top-of-the-range specs you'd expect from Samsung's top-of-the-line phone, the Ultra packs a built-in stylus and a unique design that is certainly going to turn some heads.

As you'd expect from the big boy of Samsung's Galaxy S22 range, this packs a gorgeous, massive 6.8-inch super AMOLED panel with a QHD+ resolution and adaptive refresh rate up to 120hz.

Keeping things powered is a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU or Samsung's Exynos equivalent (a 4nm Octa-core chipset), up to 12GB RAM, and a beasty 1TB of storage. For stamina, you've got a huge 5,000 mAh battery in here with 45W fast charging.

And it's great news for snap-happy photographers. You'll find a 108MP f/1.8 main shooter on the back, alongside a 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide, 10MP f/2.4 3x telephoto, and a 10MP f/4.9 10x telephoto.

Make no mistake about it, this is a phone for pro users looking to get the fastest performance with a price to match. But thanks to these deals, you can at least save a little money.

Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra deal — Editor's Pick

If the SIM free unlocked pre-order deals aren't what you're looking for, networks are putting on some good deals too. In the US, you can pick up the Ultra with unlimited data, texts and minutes for $33.34 per month with trade-in eligibility taking up to $700 off the up front cost.

Meanwhile in the UK, you can pick one up with 100GB data for £53 per month with £49 upfront. Over a two year plan, that comes up to a cost of £1,675.

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