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Upcoming Samsung Galaxy A22 :- Borrows Google Tech

  • According to rumors. The Samsung Galaxy A22 just leaked from a reliable source.
  • The phone will have a camera module. That looks a lot like just like on the back of Google Pixel phones.
  • The Galaxy A22 will likely end up being Samsung’s least-expensive 5G-capable phone whenever it launches.


Half a month ago, Samsung carried out a large number of Galaxy A phones. The Galaxy A line is the place where Sammy puts its budget-accommodating models. With valuing ranging from as low as $110 all the way up to $550. Presently, it would seem that there’s another passage in transit.

Recently dependable leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka @OnLeaks) shared some new pictures of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy A22 (h/t Gizmo China). Interestingly, the budget phone gets a bit from the camera plan of Google Pixel phones, which makes it the first time we’ve seen Samsung do that.

You can see the leaked renders below.

Samsung Galaxy A22 Samsung Galaxy A22

On the back, the square-ish camera module is basically a dead ringer for the modules on every Pixel phone launched since the Pixel 4 in 2019. However, there appear to be three lenses here, which no Pixel phone has ever supported.

Somewhere else, you can see a side-mounted fingerprint sensor that serves as a force button. This recommends that the Samsung Galaxy A22 could have an LCD display (since you need an OLED panel for in-display fingerprint sensors), which would help minimize expenses.

Considering the Galaxy A22 will probably be a 5G-capable phone yet be more affordable than the $280 Galaxy A32, it should wind up being Samsung’s cheapest 5G-fueled phone. There are bits of gossip that the organization could dispatch a 4G-just variation in specific areas. However, we don’t realize that for certain yet.

Either way, you can expect the Galaxy A22 to be cheap.5G-capable. And with a back that makes it look like a Pixel phone.

Stay Tuned. Hope to catch you in the next one. Peace out to you.

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