Samsung today announced the official launch date for its upcoming smartphone in the Indian market. The company has scheduled to launch the Samsung Galaxy F22 in India on July 6. The firm has also listed the device on Flipkart to tease its availability. As revealed by the company, the forthcoming phone will feature a 90Hz HD+ display. In addition to this, there is a 6,000mAh battery onboard and a quad rear camera set up as well.
After introducing Samsung Galaxy F02s, Galaxy F12, and Galaxy F62 in the Indian market, the South Korean giant has today announced plans to expand its Galaxy F series lineup with the launch of Samsung Galaxy F22 in the Indian market on July 6. The device will be available via Flipkart, Samsung’s online store and select retail stores after it went official in the country. Prior to the arrival, Flipkart dedicated pages also went live.
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In addition to this, the upcoming handset will be backed by a 6000mAh battery that is claimed to provide uninterrupted content viewing. In terms of optics, the Samsung Galaxy F22 will be featuring a True 48MP Quad Camera set-up. The details about the other three sensors will be revealed later on.
The official information about this product is very scarce but recently the phone was spotted on the Google Play Console website. As per the listing, Galaxy F22 will come with a display having 720×1339 pixels of resolution. The device is said to be powered by MediaTek MT6769T which is believed to be MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. Paired with 4GB of RAM the mobile phone will ship Android 11 out of the box.
Looking over the specs the device is speculated to be a rebadged version of Galaxy A22, which was launched in the European market earlier last month. However, the information is not reliable but you can take it with a grain of salt.
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