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A new update is added at the end of this story…….
The original (released on March 4, 2022) is as follows.
A few weeks ago Samsung unveiled its latest flagship device at the Galaxy Unpacked event. The S22 series consists of his three phones Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra.
That said, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is the largest and most expensive phone in the series.It has the biggest battery capacity and also features a built-in S-Pen.
However, like all other recently released smartphones, Galaxy S22 Ultra users have their fair share of bugs and issues, including: Camera shutter and performance lag When crackling sound problem.
And now Galaxy S22 Ultra users are complaining (1,2,3,Four,Five,6,7,8,9,Ten) Regarding abnormal battery consumption. Device owners say that the battery percentage can drop very quickly.
Some reports suggest the phone has worse battery backup than the Galaxy S21 Ultra.The Exynos processor variant may not be as power efficient as the Snapdragon variant, but users have had problems with both versions. Says it doesn’t work.
You can see how fast the battery drains in the image below.
Below are reports from Galaxy S22 Ultra owners complaining about battery drain.
Tbh, really poor. Once the battery is completely depleted, he has to recharge twice a day. If you don’t go below 30-40 percent (because it takes a long time to charge and you may want to stay on the charger for a short period of time), you’ll have to top multiple times a day. . It takes about 3-4 hours to go from 100 to 0 with relatively light or moderate use. Even with battery saving mode on, Wi-Fi all day, and 60hz, I couldn’t get more than 4. Everything else about the phone is great.. but the battery life is disappointing and when the battery degrades in a few years it will probably become unusable.
Battery life sucks compared to my last phone which I used heavily for 2 years. I have only had the s22 ultra for his 2 days and even with battery saver on it still drains much faster than my previous phone. There’s no reason for the battery to drain so quickly, especially when the screen is off. Location, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. are all turned off, but when I wake up in the morning, at least 30% is charged overnight. Lost. My old phone would lose 5% at most.
Since the phone is relatively new, it’s still unclear if the battery drain is related to a hardware or software issue. .
Nonetheless, we will continue to monitor this issue and will keep you informed if we come across any new information, so please keep checking this space.
In the meantime, be sure to check us out Samsung Galaxy S22 series bug tracker Check for similar issues affecting users.
Update 1 (May 10, 2022)
5:55 PM (IST): According to some users (1, 2, 3), the latest May 2022 update for the Galaxy S22 improved the device’s battery life.
Update 2 (08/02/2022)
1:18 PM (IST): Galaxy S22 owners running the August 2022 patch were able to resolve the battery drain issue by trying a few workarounds. You can check it below.
Update 3 (December 29, 2022)
3:44 PM (IST): Some Galaxy S22 users are reporting again (1, 2) Battery drain issue after updating to December 2022 patch.
Update 4 (January 16, 2023)
1:00 PM (IST): Samsung Galaxy S22 users recently reported that the January update significantly improved their phone’s battery life.
After installing the January patch, my battery life improved by a few hours and charging returned to normal. I want to enjoy this phone now. I love cameras and speed.Plus the screen is great
Update 5 (January 18, 2023)
1:00 PM (IST): Popular YouTuber Geekyranjit recently started Twitter thread Some Samsung S22 Ultra users (1,2) shared mostly positive thoughts on battery life, especially after the two most recent updates.
Battery related issues seem to have started to improve after the second patch in December and the January update.
Update 6 (January 19, 2023)
5:27 PM (IST): One of the reasons why the Galaxy S22 Ultra (and other 2022 flagships) are less energy efficient is related to the Samsung chipset factory.
The Galaxy S22 series uses the Exynos 2200 or Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset (depending on region). Both chips are manufactured by Samsung on a 4nm process. unfortunately inefficient.
Inefficient processes result in chipsets with poor battery and heat management. Both are affected by this issue, More obvious with Exynos’.
In fact, Samsung is working with AMD to develop a powerful GPU (RDNA 2 architecture), aiming to make the Exynos 2200 the most powerful GPU-equipped mobile chipset.
Unfortunately, the Exynos 2200’s inefficiency and powerful GPU caused severe thermal throttling during internal testing. This forced the company to: Decrease GPU clock speed (1.9GHz to 1.29GHz).
This is also why the Galaxy S23 series doesn’t use the Exynos chipset.Also, the high-end his Exynos chip is I will be back in 2025when the battery and heating issues are resolved.
Update 7 (January 20, 2023)
12:09 PM (IST): As mentioned in the previous update, the Exynos 2200 chipset is particularly susceptible to both poor power efficiency and heat issues.
Currently, Galaxy S22 Ultra users are reporting both battery drain and heat during normal use (1, 2). In both cases the devices are powered by his Exynos 2200 chipset.
Update 8 (January 23, 2023)
1:07 PM (IST): Some users have noticed that the Galaxy S22 Ultra battery drains faster during video calls (1, 2, 3).
Update 9 (January 25, 2023)
6:00 PM (IST): Here is a list of tips from Samsung that can help extend or improve your battery life.
Update 10 (January 27, 2023)
2:11 PM (IST): the user has managed Improve your phone’s battery by turning off background activity for apps you don’t use often and leaving only the apps you need on.
Also, when I disable the RAM Plus feature helped Several. So you can try these potential workarounds and see if they work for you.
Update 11 (January 30, 2023)
12:23 PM (IST): Redditors are was suggested Improved the battery life of the Galaxy S22 by turning off the “Adaptive Battery” feature. Method is as follows.
[設定]>[バッテリー]>[アダプティブ設定]and open[アダプティブ バッテリー]switch off
Update 12 (January 31, 2023)
12:30 PM (IST): Redditor’s experience shows that bringing the device to a regular technical service will not fix the problem.
Reportedly, they only suggested doing a factory reset, then Recommended Users have to wait several weeks for their smartphones to learn their usage patterns.
Apparently, it only does other things if the battery is visibly damaged. However, if the battery is fine and the drain is caused by software or hardware (chipset), only basic troubleshooting can be applied.
Update 13 (02/01/2023)
1:00 PM (IST): Popular YouTube creator Geekyranjit recently revisited and shared the S22 Ultra his thoughts About battery life after Android 13 update.
According to him, battery life has improved significantly since the update. Overheating issues have improved, and the phone feels much smoother overall, and the comments below his video echo a similar image.
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