Samsung Galaxy A22 4G acquire TKDN certification


Samsung has almost crossed all steps to launch Galaxy A22 4G in the smartphone world. Recently, the device with model number SM-A226B has acquired the Indonesian TKDN certification. The latest Android 11 and a good camera quality will capture the attention of the targetd mid-range buyers.

Galaxy A22  4G

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Samsung Galaxy A22 4G Specs (expected)

The smartphone with its quad camera setup on the rear can flaunt a 6.4-inch IPS LCD display. It offers a saturated pixel density of 274PPI and 720 x 1600 pixels screen resolution. Also, there could be a punch-hole type panel on the front.
Moving to the shooting department, the Galaxy A22 4G is tipped to carry a quad camera setup consisitng of a 48MP wide primary camera, an 8MP ultra-wide Lens, and a couple of 2MP sensors to measure macro and depth aspects. On the other side, the punch-hole could house a 13MP selfie shooter.
Galaxy A22
Concerning the processor, Samsung is likely to run the latest stable channel to the smartphone, Android 11. Under the hood, an octa-core processor based Snapdragon 720G chipset can power the Galaxy A22 4G. Moreover, the smartphone is further equipped with an Adreno 618 GPU teamed up with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
The smartphone ships a standard 4,000mAh battery compatible with 15W of Fast Charging support. Beside multiple connectivity options like Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth v5.0, A-GPS with Glonass, USB Type-C, Mobile Hotspot, it supports 4G VoLTE networks and a rear side mounted fingerprint sensor.

Availability and Price (expected)

Now that the device have received the TKDN certificate, the samsung Galaxy A22 is expected to launch within this month. The phone could arrive in two color variants of Black, Gold at a price of below INR Rs. 15,000.
Galaxy A22
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