Samsung is working on multiple Galaxy A-series smartphones. One of the upcoming Samsung smartphones is the Galaxy A22 5G. The device is expected to launch soon. It has visited several certification websites ahead of its launch. The Galaxy A22 5G is now listed on the Bluetooth SIG certification website. The listing reveals the device’s model number and the Bluetooth standard. It carries the model number SM-A226B and supports Bluetooth 5.0. The device’s specifications and renders have leaked in the past. It is expected to launch with a MediaTek processor under the hood. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G specifications, features, and other details.
Samsung Galaxy A22 5G visits Bluetooth SIG certification website ahead of its launch
Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy A22 5G. The phone is listed on the Bluetooth SIG certification website ahead of its launch.
The website reveals the device’s model number and the Bluetooth standard. It carries the model number SM-A226B. The device also supports Bluetooth 5.0. The Bluetooth SIG listing does not reveal any other details of the device.
Design renders and specs of the device have leaked recently. A 91Mobiles report claimed that the phone will have a 6.4-inch FHD+ LCD. It will have a waterdrop notch on top for the front camera.
Under the hood, the 5G smartphone will draw power from a MediaTek Dimnesity 700 SoC. The phone will have a triple-camera setup with an LED flash. It will have a 48 primary camera. The phone will also feature a 5MP lens and a 2MP camera sensor. The report further states that the A22 5G will pack a 5,000mAh battery with 15W fast-charging support.
It will come with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. The device will weigh 205 grams and will have around 9mm thickness.
Samsung will also launch a 4G variant of the phone. The 4G variant’s specs and render images have also leaked. You can click here to check our coverage on the same.
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