Living My Best Life with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
- Samsung employees are the innovators, creators, trailblazers, doers, problem solvers, and changemakers of our organization. And they inevitably touch some point in our products’ journey.
- As part of our “Living My Best Life with the Samsung _____” series, we’re asking our employees to tell us about the Samsung products that they love – and why.
- “Samsung continues to give you THE best opportunity to capture your memories in the highest quality possible.” – Robby Gallagher
Samsung employees are the innovators, creators, trailblazers, doers, problem solvers, and changemakers of our organization. They inevitably touch some point in our products’ journey, whether it’s conception, design, development, creation, marketing, customer care, sales, or recycling. But what Samsung products do our employees love the most?
As part of our “Living My Best Life with the Samsung _____” series, Manager of Training Operations for the AT&T Retail Channel Team, Robby Gallagher shares how his Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is his favorite device for capturing memories that will last a lifetime. (Note: Check out our latest smartphones, the Galaxy S23 series, which were just unveiled at Galaxy Unpacked 2023.) Growing up, Robby’s parents enjoyed filming home videos of their family – and he enjoyed watching them. Now that he’s a father of three, he too wants to chronicle significant life moments. And the Galaxy S22 Ultra enables him to do just that – in the highest quality possible.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a standout device for its video and photo capabilities as it is built with four powerful lenses, including the 12MP ultra-wide lens and the 10MP tele-lens, shoots stunning 8K video recordings, and has a ‘Super Steady’ mode feature for filming action shots. Another prominent feature for Robby is ‘Director’s View,’ which lets him simultaneously share his reactions to what he’s filming or simply be a part of the memory he’s capturing. As a result, Robby is able to record and relive the moments that matter most to him and his family, like his children’s first steps.