Samsung Nigeria has unveiled the new Samsung Galaxy A22 smartphone, the latest addition to its budget-friendly A series of smartphones. Although smartphones in this category are usually budget-friendly, they surprisingly possess decent specifications in major areas including display, battery power, and camera department.
The new Galaxy A22 is succeeding the Galaxy A21 released months ago. It comes with upgrades in major areas and in this article, we will take you through them.
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Samsung Galaxy A22 Key Specs
- DISPLAY: 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display + 90Hz refresh rate
- OS: Android 11
- Weight: 186g
- INTERNAL STORAGE: 64GB/128GB (up to 1TB with a Micro SD card)
- RAM: 4GB
- REAR CAMERA: 48megapixel main camera + 8megapixel ultra-wide sensor + 2megapixel macro camera + 2megapixel dept sensor.
- FRONT CAMERA: 8megapixel water drop sensor
- FINGERPRINT SENSOR:
- BATTERY: 5,000mAh + 15W fast charging
- COLORS: Black, Mint and Violet
Let’s begin with the display. The Galaxy A22 comes with a Super AMOLED display and with 600 nits of brightness to make content look sharp, crisp, and stunning. It also comes with 90Hz refresh rate which will keep viewing smooth while scrolling and/or gaming.
The Galaxy A22 comes with a Quad Camera setup to capture memorable moments in different ways. They include a 48-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
The rear camera also features what Samsung calls OIS (optical Image Stabilization) to help you take smooth videos and sharp pictures. It also features a 123-degree angle view, which adds more perspective to your photography.
In addition to that, the bokeh effect has been added to the selfie camera of this device. This means you can now take selfies of yourself with less background.
As expected, this device is powered by a 5000mAh battery. And with its 15W fast charging, you can definitely get your device back to full power in no time.
The Galaxy A22 comes with Android’s latest OS, Android 11. It combines Octa-core’s processing power with its 4GB of RAM to offer its users efficient performance.
The Samsung Galaxy A22 in Nigeria is available in two variants. The 4GB/64GB variant will sell for N89,100, while the 4GB/128GB variant will sell for N97,600. Both devices are available in Samsung Experience Stores across the country, also available in partner stores.