It is known that Samsung is near the launch of its new mid-range model, named Galaxy A22. The all-new Galaxy A22 will be the successor of Galaxy’s A20 series. Many leaks regarding the phone are already surfing on the internet, but today we got another specifications information.
Recently, the upcoming Galaxy A22 4G has been listed on the FCC Certification. The certification has revealed some key specifications related to the charging of the upcoming model. In the photo mentioned below, some specifications can be seen.
As mentioned, the all-new Galaxy A22 4G version will come with Samsung’s old 15W charger, “EP-TA200,” which supports charging in two modes: 15W (9V, 1.67A) & 10W (5V, 2A).
Surprisingly, the mentioned USB cable (in certification) is a micro USB cable confirms that the phone will feature a micro USB port, unlike the previous model (Galaxy A21), which features a USB Type-C port. The phone would also come with 3.5mm jack headphones (having model number: EHS61ASFWE).
The live screenshot of the Galaxy A22 4G is also mentioned, in which it is observed that this model would feature the front camera in the middle-top. Previously, the leaked renders revealed that the Galaxy A22 would feature a V-Shaped Notched (Infinity-V) Display. There would be a triple camera setup along with an LED flash in a square shaped camera bump on the backside.
It was also revealed (through Geekbench) that the 4G version of Galaxy A22 will feature the Helio G80 chipset; the same one has been used in Galaxy A32 4G. At the same time, the Galaxy A22 5G is powered by the Dimensity 700 chipset, a more affordable version of the Dimensity 720 5G chipset.
The launch of the all-new Galaxy A22 is expected in June 2021.