Samsung Galaxy F22 Is Launching In India Today Specifications, Price And More

Chris Steward
Chris Steward
Samsung Galaxy F22

Samsung is on a roll this year with four new smartphone launches in the F series alone. While the gregarious scale of new releases may be confusing the buyers, the smartphone variants are getting better with each release. Samsung Galaxy F22 will pack a decent punch for the price and is expected to be a battery monster as well. As per the reports circulating on community forums, Samsung Galaxy F22 is a rebrand of the Samsung Galaxy A22, that was launched in Europe, a few months back. It isn’t surprising for manufacturers to launch rebranded versions but it is a new decision for Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy F22 Specifications

Samsung Galaxy F22’s outstanding feature appears to be the ginormous battery capacity. It will house a 6000 mAh battery that can last more than a day unless you run the smartphone on full blast. It is packing a Mediatek processor if you go by the Google Play Console listing. The smartphone will feature an HD+ sAMOLED display that is becoming increasingly common with Samsung smartphones nowadays. For camera buffs, a primary 48-megapixel sensor with three other sensors is included on the smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy F22 comes with a high refresh rate display of 90 Hz that will bring fluidity to the animations and the overall experience. There is no mention of the Android version but you can expect it to be Android 11 paired with the latest version of One UI, as it is launching in the third quarter of 2021.

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There is no mention of fast charging despite the massive 6000 mAh battery and the charging times could be north of 3 hours if no fast charging is supported.

Samsung Galaxy F22 Expected Price

Samsung Galaxy F22 bears mid-range specifications and its expected price lingers around the 15000 INR mark. 91mobiles suggests that the smartphone could be priced under 15000 INR which is more happy news for the consumers. In a recent report, the Nokia G20 is also accepting pre-orders with not so impressive specifications for a mid-range smartphone

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