Samsung’s new smartphone Samsung Galaxy F22 is going to be launched in India on 6th July. 6000mAh battery will be given in this smartphone. Apart from this, sAMOLED display and 48MP quad camera setup will be available in the device.
Korean brand Samsung is going to launch its rugged smartphone Samsung Galaxy F22 in India tomorrow, 6th July. 6000mAh battery will be given in this smartphone. Apart from this, sAMOLED display and 48MP quad-camera setup will be available in the device. Having said this, the earlier Samsung Galaxy F02s was launched in the Indian market.
Samsung Galaxy F22 launch
Samsung Galaxy F22 smartphone will be launched tomorrow at 12 noon. The sale of this device will be on the e-commerce website Flipkart. But, it is not known whether the launch event of this phone will be broadcast live on the YouTube channel and Facebook page.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy F22
Talking about the specification, Samsung Galaxy F22 will have a 6.4-inch sAMOLED display. Also, it will have a 6000mAh battery and a 48MP quad rear camera setup. Apart from this, not much information has been found.
Expected price of Samsung Galaxy F22
According to the leaks, the price of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F22 smartphone will be kept between Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000. Along with this, the smartphone can be launched in the Indian market with many color options.
Samsung Galaxy F02s
Notably, the budget smartphone Samsung Galaxy F02s was launched in April. The price of this smartphone is Rs 8,999. The Samsung Galaxy F02s smartphone has a 6.5-inch HD + Infinity-V display. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 450 processor has been given in this phone. Apart from this, the phone will get a massive 5,000mAh battery. Its battery supports 15W fast charging. This device works on Android 10 based OneUI core custom skin on top.
A triple rear camera setup has been given in the Samsung Galaxy F02s smartphone. The primary camera in this is 13MP. While a 2MP macro and depth sensor has been given. Apart from this, a 5MP camera will be available in front of the phone.
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