Samsung Galaxy A22 4G India Launch Expected Soon as it Appears on BIS Certification

The Galaxy A22 4G model now has passed the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification.

Samsung Galaxy A02s, Galaxy A12

Samsung might launch a Galaxy A22 smartphone soon, based on the recent BIS certification. Previously, we spotted the Galaxy A22 4G variant with the model number SM-A225F. The phone has now appeared on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification. The BIS listing also mentions the model number as SM-A225F.  From the looks of it, Samsung might launch the device in India in the coming months. Let’s look at more Galaxy A22 leaks and specifications.

Samsung Galaxy A22 4G Running Android 11 Spotted on HTML5TEST Benchmark Listing

Based on previous leaks, we found out that Samsung also has a 5G variant of Galaxy A22 in the works. The 5G variant will come  with the model number SM-A226B, and is expected to be priced around KRW 200,000. According to rumors, the phone will come with a quad-camera setup with a 48MP primary camera, an 8MP ultrawide lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. There is no available information regarding the front camera.

For now, the other specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A22 are still not out. However, we do know that it will come in two storage options and Android 11 out of the box, based on the leaked HTML5 test benchmark listing. Also, the phone will come in Gray, White, Light Green, and Violet color options.

The exact launch date of the Samsung Galaxy A22 is still unknown, but it is expected to come sometime in the second half of 2021. It will likely be the cheapest 5G smartphone from the smartphone manufacturer. We should have more details of the Galaxy A22 when it appears on the Geekbench or on other certification websites.. What are your thoughts about the Galaxy A22? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Onkar is a freelance writer at MySmartPrice. He is an engineer by profession and an ardent smartphone geek. He likes to write about smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearables, smart home products, and more in his free time.