The Samsung Galaxy A22 5G launch can be expected soon as the phone received certification from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) on Monday. The smartphone has been part of the rumor mill so far and is expected to come in 4G and 5G models. Both models are expected to have a similar list of specifications, although different chipsets are offered with different network capabilities. The Samsung Galaxy A22 is rumored to have a waterdrop-style display notch and a triple rear camera setup. Samsung is also expected to use the same design language it recently introduced with the Galaxy A32 and Galaxy A52.
The Bluetooth SIG website lists the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G in five different variants, including model numbers SM-A226B-DS, SM-A226B-DSN, SM-A226B, SM-A226BR-DSN and SM-A226BR-N . These can be linked to models coming in different areas. Listing, which was Initially reported Tipster Mukul Sharma also suggested support for Bluetooth v5.0 with Galaxy A22 5G. The listing does not provide any further information about the smartphone.
Nevertheless, some renders related to the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G have recently surfaced online, which suggests that its design may be much similar to what we have seen on the Galaxy A32. Leaked renders also suggested that the new Samsung phone may come in Black, Green, Purple and White colors.
Samsung Galaxy A22 5G specifications (required)
Apart from renders, the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G specifications also surfaced online a few days ago. The phone is said to have a 6.4-inch full-HD + display and comes with the Octa-core MediaTek Dimension 700 SoC. It is also rumored that it has a 5,000mAh battery and includes 15W fast charging support. Apart from this, the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G weighs 205 grams and thickness is 9 mm.
The Samsung Galaxy A22 5G is also expected to come in some markets as the Galaxy F22. However, Samsung has not yet officially confirmed the development of both smartphones.