The next device that’s expected to be a part of Samsung’s endgame of making 5G phones as economical as possible is the Galaxy A22 5G, which we have learned a lot about these past few weeks. Well, now we are learning just how economical the A22 5G might be. A European retailer has reportedly listed the phone for €185 without VAT, which means the final price could be around €199 once the appropriate taxes have been added.
Nothing is official at this time, but if that pricing turns out to be the real deal, the Galaxy A22 5G could see some traction in the market. Of course, whether or not 5G support is something many customers are looking for is up for debate, but for those who are, a sub-€200 price tag could be enticing. Well, at least if 5G is all they care about, as Samsung’s affordable 5G phones make too many compromises for that affordability tag.
The Galaxy A22 5G is expected to be quite run-of-the-mill, with the main attractions being the MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor and a 5,000 mAh battery. Other specs should include a 6.4-inch Full HD+ LCD display, 4 gigs of RAM, a 48MP main camera flanked by 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP macro and depth sensors, possibly a 13MP front camera, 15W fast charging, and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. A 4G variant is in the works as well, but with somewhat different specs.
The Galaxy A22 5G could be available in at least four colors: gray, light green, purple, and white. It’s unknown when Samsung intends to make the phone official, but we’ll be sure to let you know whenever it happens.