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The Samsung Galaxy S22 outperforms the iPhone 14 in four big ways

The iPhone 14 is here, and it really is one of the best phones out there. You get the same glowing processor inside last year’s iPhone 13 Pro, improved cameras, and a fun new motion mode for video. And new safety features like emergency SOS via satellite and en-route detection make this flagship even more compelling.

But as you’ll see in our iPhone 14 review, there’s definitely room for improvement. The Samsung Galaxy S22 already answers some of our criticisms of the iPhone 14, thanks to a more robust feature set — especially when it comes to the display and cameras. Here’s how the Galaxy S22 outperforms the iPhone 14 along with the areas in which Apple is leading.

Where the Galaxy S22 outperforms the iPhone 14

Galaxy S22 sports screen with 120Hz refresh rate (always on)

(Image credit: Tom’s Guide)

You may have seen me write this before, but the 120Hz display is not a professional feature. However, Apple retains the 120Hz ProMotion display for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The 120Hz screen provides smoother scrolling (as when browsing the web), more fluid animations and better gameplay of supported titles. The iPhone unfortunately sticks to the 60Hz OLED screen.

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