The problem with Bluetooth devices in the past is that the lag between audio and video syncing up was quite perceptible. This is why many audiophiles still very much prefer using a wired connection as it offers better stability and also because wired connections supposedly offer better quality.
That being said, these days the lag isn’t so bad, but that isn’t the case with the Samsung Galaxy S22. According to a report from SamMobile, it appears that the handset is suffering from audio-video sync issues where basically the audio and visuals don’t match up while watching videos.
Apparently it happens even without wireless earbuds connected to it, but the publication claims that using the Galaxy Buds or Buds 2 can exacerbate the problem. It also doesn’t seem to be app-specific where it can happen in the YouTube app, videos played in Chrome (including embedded YouTube videos), the Gallery app, and so on.
The problem can also occur when users try to change the video resolution/quality in video apps like YouTube, and since this affects both the Qualcomm and Exynos variants of the phone, it doesn’t look like it’s a platform issue either, thankfully. Hopefully Samsung is aware of this problem and issues a fix soon, but until then it is unclear how users are able to fix it themselves.