Expiration of Samsung Galaxy A22 camera specifications, expected launch in June

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The specifications of the Samsung Galaxy A22 camera and the expected launch date have expired online. The smartphone has been under development for some time, and now a new report has leaked some previously unknown information about the hearing aid, including camera setup. The Samsung Galaxy A22 reportedly has a 48-megapixel main camera and a 13-megapixel selfie camera. The report also claims that the Samsung Galaxy A22 may launch sometime in June. Samsung is hosting the Galaxy Awesome Unpacked event on March 17, where it is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy A72 and Galaxy A52.

The Korean edition of The Elec has reports that Samsung Galaxy A22 there may be a quad-rear camera setting, which will likely include a 48-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel secondary camera, and two 2-megapixel sensors. This is identical to the camera’s specifications Samsung Galaxy A21s launched last year. The Samsung Galaxy A22, just like the Galaxy A21s, is also said to feature a 13-megapixel selfie camera.

The report adds that the front camera module of the Samsung Galaxy A22 can be manufactured by Coasia. Samsung Electro-Mechanics is said to be a co-developer of the other handset cameras. The same company also announced that it has developed camera modules for the Samsung Galaxy A72 and Galaxy A52 models, which are expected to launch tomorrow, March 17. Samsung Electro-Mechanics has claimed to have previously supplied camera modules only for Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note and Galaxy S series phones. However, it is now seeking to acquire mid-to-low-level camera and smartphone modules, which could affect the profits of other camera module vendors such as Mcnex, Partron, Cammsys and Powerlogics.

Samsung Galaxy A22 is is expected to come in both 4G and 5G options. The phone is available in gray, light green, purple and white color options. It can run on two models of RAM and memory.

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