The Korean Samsung company is getting ready to release Galaxy M22 with great specifications like 8GB RAM and 48MP cameras. Check out more information about the Samsung Galaxy M22 Specifications right below.
Samsung Galaxy M22 Specifications
As we know, the Korean company launched the Samsung Galaxy M21 last year. Remarkably, this smartphone has a sleek design and powerful performance. In June of this year, we received news about the arrival of a new Galaxy M product under the name Samsung Galaxy M22. Therefore, this Samsung phone must have hardware similar to the Galaxy M21, but with more advanced technology. Now, let’s know more about the Samsung Galaxy M22 variant.
According to our legitimate source, the Samsung smartphone has gone a step further towards the launch as it has achieved Bluetooth certification. In addition, Samsung’s device must use Android 11 as the operating system. About the processor, Samsung’s new smartphone gets power from the Helio G80 Company Let’s talk about the screen on this phone? For this segment, the Samsung Galaxy M22 Specifications offer a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels.
Also, your screen has Gorilla Glass 3 for protection. Let’s go to the memory department! Samsung smartphone comes with 3 different options: 128GB ROM / 4GB RAM, 128GB ROM / 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM / 8GB RAM (all of them are expandable to 256GB). As for the photosystem, the Samsung Galaxy M22 phone comes with three rear cameras. It comprises a 48 MP primary lens + 8 MP ultra-wide sensor + 5 MP macro sensor. Also, the front camera of this device is a 16 MP single lens for taking selfies. In terms of battery, the Samsung device has a 6000 mAh power box with support for 25W fast charging via a USB Power Delivery 3.0 charging port.
Samsung Galaxy M22 Release Date and Price
The Samsung Galaxy M22 will hit the market at the end of 2021. As for the cost, the price of the Samsung Galaxy M22 starts at around US$ 357 (~ R$ 1850). Would you like to buy this smartphone? Tell us your opinion in our comments section.