The renders of the Galaxy A22 are on the street. It is an affordable phone from the Galaxy A series that comes with a 4G and 5G model. Both models have miniscule differences in design and there are also differences under the hood.
Samsung Galaxy A22
The Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is currently Samsung’s cheapest smartphone that supports the fast 5G internet, but it could lose that title quickly. The Galaxy A22 is coming and it comes in both a 4G and a 5G model.
The rumour distributor Ishan Agarwal shares the first renders of both devices on 91Mobiles, and there are some noticeable differences. To begin with, we see that both devices have a waterdrop notch, but the 4G version clearly has the smallest edges of the two. The screen itself is also different. The Galaxy A22 comes with a 6.4 inch Full HD AMOLED, while the 5G version is the same size, but this is an LCD panel.
The Samsung Galaxy A22 5G
Differences with camera and performance
The two variants have a fingerprint scanner on the side and a square camera island on the back. The Galaxy A22 has four cameras: a 48 MP main camera, followed by a 5 MP camera and two 2 MP cameras. That setup is the same with the version with 5G, only a 2 MP camera is missing.
The Samsung Galaxy A22 4G
If we then look at the performance, we discover from the rumours that the Galaxy A22 will appear with the MediaTek Helio G80 processor. Its 5G brother comes with a MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset, which is a processor with a 5G modem. Nothing is known about RAM and storage, but we do know that both devices will have a 5,000 mAh battery and a 15-watt charger.
It is currently still a matter of time to see when these devices will be on the market, and the price is not yet known. We do know that both phones come in the colors: white, black, purple and green. What do you think of these affordable devices from the Galaxy A-series? Let us know in the comments at the bottom of this article.