Samsung Galaxy F42 5G seems to be a rebranded Galaxy A22 5G

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Tamsin Rodriguez19 June 2021Last Update : 1 year ago
Samsung Galaxy F42 5G seems to be a rebranded Galaxy A22 5G

Samsung’s Galaxy F42 5G first appeared last month when it received its Wi-Fi certification, and today it’s back again, this time with Bluetooth certification. This means it is getting closer to launch.

The strange thing is that the certification for the Galaxy F42 5G is shared with the recently unveiled Galaxy A22 5G, and this strongly suggests that the F42 5G may be nothing more than a renamed version of the A22 5G. It would not be the first time Samsung did something like this with the F-series’ new labeling products from the A-series, in fact it has been pretty par for the course.

Even stranger, it’s not just the F42 5G – it seems that in some markets we’ll also see the Galaxy Buddy and Galaxy Wide5, all of which are the same device. Four different names for the same handset should be some sort of record, we think, so here’s a sarcastic kudos to Samsung for this achievement!

We still hope this does not turn out to be true, but if it does, expect the Galaxy F42 5G (and Galaxy Buddy and Galaxy Wide5) to have a 6.6 “1080×2400 90 Hz touch screen, MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset by rudder, 4-8 GB RAM, 64/128 GB expandable storage space, a triple rear camera system (48 MP head, 5 MP ultra wide, 2 MP depth), an 8 MP selfie snapper and a 5,000 mAh battery with 15 W It must run Android 11 with One UI Core 3.1 on top.

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