The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is possibly the most powerful Android flagship phone that has been released in 2022 so far. It continues Samsung’s tradition of creating beautiful-looking smartphones that marry both form and function, where it features an incredible display, a highly-functional S Pen, and also an amazing set of cameras.
That being said, there are ways to improve your overall experience with accessories, so if you’re looking for a way to protect your Galaxy S22 Ultra, mount your smartphone, extend its battery life and so on, then read on for the details.
What better way to listen to your favorite tunes or watch your favorite shows while on the go with Samsung’s very own true wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Pro? Coming in with features like water-resistance, it makes it the perfect gym companion, plus with noise-cancellation, you’ll be able to enjoy your workout or commute to work in peace while drowning out unwanted background noise.
If you’re a fan of Samsung, then why not pair your Galaxy S22 Ultra with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4? This is the company’s latest smartwatch and it is powered by the new Wear OS platform that Google and Samsung collaborated on. It will help you keep track of notifications as well as your fitness and overall health, thanks to built-in sensors like the ECG monitor that can detect abnormal heart rhythms.
If you’re looking for a slim and sleek case to protect your brand new Galaxy S22 Ultra, how about checking out Pitaka’s MagEZ Case 2. It features the use of premium Aramid Fiber that helps keep the phone light and thin, but also tough. It offers raised cutouts for the camera to make sure that they’re protected even when dropped, plus it plays nicely with MagSafe accessories.
Speaking of MagSafe, if you’re looking for a more complete solution that will complement the MagEZ Case 2, how about checking out Pitaka’s MagEZ Car Mount Pro. It is 100% compatible with the MagEZ Case 2 and unlike other car mounts that are fiddly, this one lets you mount your Galaxy S22 Ultra using magnets, allowing for quick mounting and dismounting in seconds. It also features wireless charging that will keep your phone juiced while driving, and there are built-in fans to keep it cool at the same time.
While the Samsung Galaxy S22 comes with a Gorilla Glass Victus+ for its display, it’s not a bad idea to get a screen protector anyway. After all, better to have a screen protector crack than the actual screen, right? Whitestone’s Dome Glass Screen Protector is actually a pretty cool choice because it comes with a little gadget that makes application super easy.
Samsung has opted not to include a charger with the Galaxy S22 Ultra, a bit of a bummer given the price you’re paying, but with claims that it’s better for the environment, we suppose we can understand. If you’re looking to take advantage of the phone’s fast-charging though, then you might want to pick up the company’s 45W USB-C charger that will give it that extra boost.
Our phones these days are getting huge and while we can appreciate the larger screen real estate for games and movies, it can be a bit unwieldy. This is where PopSockets come in, where the accessory attaches to the back of your phone to provide you with better grip, and at the same time acting as a kickstand of sorts so you can watch your videos at an angle while your phone is on a table.
If you happen to own multiple Samsung devices like the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the Galaxy Watch 4, or the Galaxy Buds Pro, then why not pick up Samsung’s 15W Wireless Charger Duo? As the name suggests, this is a wireless charger that can wirelessly charge two devices at the same time, saving you time and an extra cable or charger that you’ll have to bring around with you.
While the battery on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is pretty decent, depending on how you use your device, it may or may not last you through the day, which is why picking up a power bank like Anker’s PowerCore 26800 could come in handy. Featuring a massive 26,800mAh battery, it will be more than enough to juice up your phone multiple times over, or charge multiple devices at once and still have leftover battery.
Cables over time can break down simply because of the materials used where they can fray and the wires can become exposed and eventually fail. If you’d rather not waste money continuously buying cheap cables, how about investing in Nomad’s Kevlar USB-C cable for your Galaxy S22 Ultra?