Samsung Galaxy A22 5G in for review
This is Samsung Galaxy A22 5G – it costs € 250 and for that you get a 90Hz screen, 5G connection with a MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset and a 5,000 mAh battery.
You also get a proper 3.5mm headphone jack and headphones in the boot box. There is also a 15W charger and cable, but no case.
The Galaxy A22 5G has a dull, gray finish, but the matte structure on the back feels good to the touch and dispenses, at least to some extent, with smudges and fingerprints.
The screen is not an OLED, but is sharp at 1080p and has surprisingly sufficient brightness, which we did not expect at this price point. The smoother 90Hz refresh rate than average is also a welcome addition.
But what will really sell this phone, apart from the 5G in the name, is the 5,000 mAh battery. Samsung’s A and M series of Galaxy phones all have solid battery capacity this year, and the Galaxy A22 5G is no exception. We see what numbers the battery gives in our full review, but we hope it will be a solid performer.
Speaking of performance, the Galaxy A22 5G is adequate. We have not noticed any hiccups or disturbances so far in the review process.
Then there are the cameras. There are three at the rear, but there are really only two worth mentioning – 48MP main camera and 5MP ultra-wide.
We explore the cameras, battery life, performance and more in our full review, so stay tuned!