Yesterday, courtesy of famed leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, we’re able to have our first look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A22 5G which is expected to debut as the company’s most affordable 5G smartphone.
Now, more information pertaining to its specs begin to pour in ahead of its official launch. According to its Geekbench listing, the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G will be arriving with Dimensity 700 chipset under the hood. This is in fact the same chip that’s found in many of the recently announced smartphone including Realme 8 5G.
Other than that, the same listing also revealed that the phone will be featuring 6GB of RAM in the memory department alongside the latest Android 11 OS. In terms of performance, the device achieved a decent scores of 562 points and 1,765 points respectively for its single-core and multi-cores benchmark run.
Speaking of design, we’d seen from the CAD-based renderings that the Galaxy A22 5G will sport a 6.5” Infinity-V display that’s likely to be a LCD display due to the presence of a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
On the rear-side of the phone, there’s also a square-shape camera module which brings along a total of three cameras which is likely to be lead by a 48 megapixels main camera. Apart from that, the device also has a bottom-firing speaker, USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack located along the base of the phone.