You also get a proper 3.5mm headphone jack and headphones in the box to boot. There's also a 15W charger and cable, but no case.
The Galaxy A22 5G has a dull-looking grey finish, but the matte texture on the rear feels great to the touch and dispenses, at least to some degree, with smudges and fingerprints.
The display is not an OLED, but is sharp at 1080p and has surprisingly adequate brightness, which we didn't expect at this price point. The smoother-than-average 90Hz refresh rate is a welcomed addition too.
But what will really sell this phone, other than the 5G in the name, is the 5,000mAh battery. Samsung's A and M series of Galaxy phones all feature solid battery capacities this year and the Galaxy A22 5G is no exception. We'll see what numbers the battery provides in our full review, but we're hopeful that it will be a solid performer.
Speaking of performance, the Galaxy A22 5G is adequate. We haven't noticed any hiccups or disruptions so far in the review process.
Then there are the cameras. There are three on the rear, but there are really only two worth mentioning - the 48MP main camera and the 5MP ultrawide.
We'll explore the cameras, battery life, performance and more in our full review so stay tuned!
Yes Samsung doesn't have as big as market as xiaomi in India and most of Asia. Realme also has alot of phones thta are cheap 5g too. Btw if ur from India ur prob not gonna get 5g till Q1 2022. In my country it will come in 2023😭
Yes it is far better
As of now I see that only few Samsung 5G smart Mobile Phones are in the market & whereby it's counterpart Chinese Xiaomi and One Plus and Xiaomi's sub company's have already launched different rear shaped & size's 5G mobi...