In order to verify whether the Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone with a flat-screen is more durable, PBKreviews specially conducted a drop test on the machine. In our earlier Galaxy S22 Ultra model testing, we already knew that the side surfaces were relatively fragile. Embarrassingly, the Corning Victus+ protective glass is still prone to cracks even when dropped from waist height.
The Victus+ protective glass is prone to cracks when the glass is dropped face down (either front or back). Unless you just let the metal side fall on the pavement, there is basically no problem.
Although Samsung ‘s official website has quietly withdrawn the offer, we can still check it through the cache function of the search engine. In addition, considering that the back cover is difficult to clear without injury, it is quite wise to find a protective case that is handy.
For reference, a repair replacement for the original Galaxy S22 screen is $200, and a warranty with Samsung Care+ purchases is $29.