The alleged case renderings of the Samsung Galaxy A22 have appeared online, suggesting a rumored phone design. The presentations show the front and back of the Galaxy A22 and refer to the presence of a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and the triple configuration of the rear camera. The Samsung Galaxy A22 also seems to have a water drop-style display notch. Although the company has not provided official details, the rumor factory has suggested that the Galaxy A22 could come in 4G and 5G versions. The smartphone is also thought to have four different color options.
By design, the back of the Samsung Galaxy A22 appears to have a square-shaped camera module with three sensors and one small hole that is likely to accommodate an LED flash. Some previous reports suggested setting up four rear cameras on your smartphone.
The back of the Galaxy A22 also seems to have a finish on the back that is quite identical to the one we saw Samsung Galaxy M62 earlier.
Behind it, the Samsung Galaxy A22 seems to have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and volume on one page. The top also has a noise-canceling microphone and elements, namely a speaker grille, a USB port, a primary microphone, and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom.
The case also shows that the phone has a water drop-type display notch. However, it is important to note that we were unable to make a clear decision as to whether the phone has a notch or a perforation in the case that appeared in the rendering, as it has no openings or curves to reinforce the design.
Samsung has not yet provided any confirmation of the existence of the Galaxy A22. However, the rumor factory has details from January 2020. The smartphone is said to operate under model number SM-A225F, and is speculated on debut in the second half of 2021 – Sometimes in June specially.
In addition to other markets, the Samsung Galaxy A22 is likely to come to India as soon as its alleged observed at the Indian Bureau of Standardization (BIS) site recently.
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