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Samsung unveils Galaxy A22 5G launched in India: Price and Specs

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Samsung has added another device to their 5G-enabled lineup with the budget offering Galaxy A22 5G, which offers a 90Hz display and 5000 mAH battery, starting at INR 19,999.

Samsung Galaxy A22 5G is available in India through Samsung channels and major retailers.

The device features a massive 6.6-inch FHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a fingerprint sensor on the side panel. It’s powered by Mediatek D700 (5G) octa-core processor that clocks at speeds up to 2.2GHz. It also has a triple camera setup at the rear featuring a 48MP primary lens.

Moreover, Samsung has also promised two years of OS upgrades for their new 5G device.

Samsung unveils Galaxy A22 5G launched in India: Price and Specs

“Galaxy A22 5G has been designed keeping in mind evolving consumer needs and comes with segment-leading features like a smooth 90Hz display, versatile camera and a fast and efficient processor. It is a perfect choice for customers who want their device to be future-ready with its 11 bands’ support and promise of two year OS upgrades,” said Aditya Babbar, Senior Director and Head, Mobile Marketing, Samsung India.

Samsung Galaxy A22 Price and Release date

The Samsung Galaxy A22 will be available in two memory and storage variants.

Galaxy A22 variantsPrice
6GB+128GBINR 19999
8GB+128GBINR 21999
Samsung unveils Galaxy A22 5G: Price and Specs

As a part of the introductory offer, HDFC debit and credit card users can avail of instant cashback worth INR 1500. As mentioned above, F22 will be available on, and major retail stores.

Samsung Galaxy A22 5G Specs

Samsung Galaxy A22 5G will be available in Grey, White and Violet colours.

Display6.6″ FHD+ TFT with 90Hz refresh rate
Processor5G MediaTek D700 Octa 2.2GHz
Rear Camera48MP (Main)+ 5MP (Ultra Wide) + 2MP (Depth)
Front Camera8MP (f2.0)
Memory/Storage6/8GB RAM + 128GB Storage
Battery5,000mAh with 15W fast charging
OSOne UI Core 3.1 based on Android 11

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Yatharth Singh

Yatharth Singh

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