Samsung Galaxy F22 may be the next phone in the company’s relatively new Galaxy F series. The phone is believed to be based on the Samsung Galaxy A22 or Galaxy A22 5G, neither of which has been unveiled yet – but is in the news in the form of leaks and rumors. The Galaxy F22 is said to bear the model number SM-E225F and is said to be under development, with no release date yet.
Samsung found his Galaxy F series in India last September and starts the first phone in the series, Galaxy F41 in October. Then he came Galaxy F62 in February this year, followed by Galaxy F12 and Galaxy F02s in April this year It is now said that the company is working on a new Galaxy F series smartphone called the Galaxy F22, according to a report from Sammobile. It is said that the phone bears the model number SM-E225F as tweet from a Twitter adviser who bears the nickname “the_tech_guy”.
The Sammobile report notes that the Galaxy F22 may be based on the Galaxy A22 or Galaxy A22 5G, none of which has been officially disclosed at this time. The Galaxy A22 5G, however, was noticed on Geekbench’s list last month with MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC, 6GB RAM and Android 11. If the Galaxy F22 is really based on this phone, it gives us an idea of its specs.
The Galaxy A22 5G was inclined in the past to have a 6.5-inch display and a 3.5-millimeter audio jack. It can be offered with a triple rear camera setting, but there are messages claiming a quad camera setup that includes a 48-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel secondary camera and two 2-megapixel sensors. The presumed renders the phone also showed a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. These specifications can also be transmitted to the Galaxy F22.
It should be noted that at the moment Samsung does not share any details about the Galaxy F22 or Galaxy A22, so this information should be taken with a little salt.