Samsung introduced the Galaxy F series with the Galaxy F41 in October last year and added the Galaxy F62 to the lineup in February. The Korean conglomerate is expanding the F-Series with the announcement of the Galaxy F22 next, which has come one step closer to launch after becoming Bluetooth-certified.
The certifying authority does not detail the specifications of the Galaxy F22, but it does confirm the rumors that the F22 is a renamed Galaxy A22, as the latter is also mentioned in the same list.
That means the Galaxy F22 is powered by the Helio G80 SoC, has a 6.4 “90Hz HD + Super AMOLED screen, launches Android 11-based One UI Core 3.1, has a side-mounted fingerprint reader and packs a 5,000 mAh battery with 15W charging.
The smartphone will have a 13MP selfie shooter inside the notch, with the back panel containing a square square camera setup consisting of 48MP primary, 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro and 2MP depth units.