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Samsung Galaxy A22s 5G with MediaTek Dimensity 700, 4GB RAM coming soon

In addition to Galaxy A22 5G, Samsung is also reportedly working on Galaxy A22s 5G but both are expected to be the same phone.

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Galaxy A22 5G renders (OnLeaks)

Samsung has been rumoured to launch Galaxy A22 5G for months now. A new report suggests Samsung will launch the smartphone as Galaxy A22s in some regions. The Galaxy A22s 5G has appeared on the Google Play Console revealing the phone’s key specifications. The phone listed also has the same model number as the Galaxy A22 5G.

According to the Google Play Console listing spotted by My Smart Price, the Galaxy A22s 5G has the model number SM-A226B. The smartphone will be powered by the MediaTek MT633 processor which is the Dimensity 700 processor. It will also be equipped with Mali G57 GPU and 4GB of RAM. Galaxy A22s will run Android 11 out-of-the-box. The listing also reveals that the phone will feature a full HD+ display. Based on the image shown in the listing, the Galaxy A22s 5G will have a notched display with an Infinity-V cutout.

Some of these details match with that of what has been revealed about the Galaxy A22 5G so far. We can also expect the Galaxy A22s 5G to feature a 6.5-inch Infinity-V display, and 6GB of RAM. Looks like the phone will be offered with two RAM options. Going by the speculation that both phones are the same, the Galaxy A22s 5G would be available in grey, violet, green, and white colour options. Reports also suggest that the Galaxy A22 5G will be priced around 13,000 approximately (currency conversion). We can expect the same for the Galaxy A22s 5G.

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There’s another report that Samsung is working on a new Galaxy F series phone, Galaxy F22. And this phone will be a rebranded version of the Galaxy A22. All of this just sounds confusing but Samsung is known to offer the same phone with some tweaks in other regions, and sometimes the same one as well.

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