Samsung Galaxy A22 is coming to Pakistan by next month; OLED 90Hz screen and OIS camera

Faisal Rasool

Samsung recently unveiled a new Galaxy A-series phone, the Samsung Galaxy A22. It’s a value-friendly handset, designed to compete with the new line of next-gen budget phones coming out of China. Sources inform WhatMobile that the A22 will soon be launching in Pakistan.

No formal announcements have been made yet for the Galaxy A22, but you can expect a quiet launch on the brand’s social media pages. The pricing and availability should follow the official launch. Here’s what the Samsung Galaxy A12 sibling offers.

Samsung is bringing the SuperAMOLED visual experience to the budget segment with the A22. We’re looking at a 6.4” Infinity-U panel that refreshes at a responsive 90Hz. It can peak at 600 nits of brightness, but the resolution is capped at 720P. A 13MP f/2.2 selfie camera is encased in the notch.

The frame and backplate of the Samsung new model for 2021 are made from plastic — available in Black, White, Mint, and Violet colors. One 3.5mm port, a side-facing thumbprint reader, and a dedicated slot for storage expansion is also part of the Galaxy A22 build. Four cameras are arranged in a matrix style in a corner.

Its camera system is perhaps the highlight of the Galaxy A22. It’s a versatile array featuring a 48MP f/1.8 wide lens powered by optical image stabilization (OIS) and an 8MP ultrawide lens with a 123-degree FoV. The OIS technology allows for crisper and brighter shots in low-light environments. Plus, two 2MP macro and portrait cameras round off this setup.

As always, Samsung is reluctant to name the chip used in this phone. But the Galaxy A22 has an octa-core processor, clocked at 2.0GHz. Android11-based OneUI Core 3.1 ships with the A22 right out of the box. The battery is 5000 mAh and can be charged at 15W. You get 4GB of memory and 64GB/128GB of storage.


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