Samsung Galaxy A22 5G and 4G get an official launch for the low-budget category of the smartphone market. The Korean manufacturer has introduced the duo of smartphones at the European markets. Both smartphones have a similar set of specifications and design aspects but with few minor differences.
The 5G model
The 5G model features a triple-camera setup whereas the 4G handset comes with a quad-camera setup. Like Samsung’s other flagship models, these two handsets will be available in either yellow or white colour scheme as per their respective color options.
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Furthermore, the 5G handset when compared to the 4G model features a slightly larger display and higher RAM capacity. Moreover, the battery capacity of both handsets is similar to a 5000mAh cell. The Galaxy A-series smartphones are known for their; different color options and unique design. Both smartphones debuted in the Netherlands for the first time..
Samsung Galaxy A22 5G Specifications
The device sports a 6.6-inch full-HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a notch for the selfie camera. Under the hood, an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset powers the smartphone. The storage options of the smartphone are up to 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage with the support of an SD card slot for expandability. The Galaxy A22 5G runs on the Android operating system with Samsung’s very own One UI skin on top.
A single 16-megapixel rear shooter is installed in front of the screen; while there’s no F/1 or LED flash mode at this stage (the Exynos 7770 comes with such modes)
Sony has yet again included 2200mAh battery pack which allows the phone do four times as much continuous use without losing its performance due time spent powering off and using it from time idle. You will need to enable USB debugging when connecting via Wi‑Fi by way that does not work out particularly well – either since you could receive false data messages like failed Bluetooth communication during one try even after running through WPA2 protection because your handset would.