Samsung’s new Galaxy F series smartphone, the Galaxy F22, has hit the Indian market. The phone is almost similar to the Galaxy A22, which was launched just a day ago in the Nepali market, with an Helio G80 chipset, four cameras, and a Super AMOLED panel.
The Samsung Galaxy F22 from the outside is a bit different than the Galaxy A22, thanks to the wavy pattern at the back, plus it also has different color options including Black and Blue. There’s still the same 48MP main camera with an 8MP ultrawide sensor and two 2MP sensors for depth and macro. The front is no different either with a 13MP selfie camera.
The phone, however, has a bigger 6,000mAh battery in comparison to the Galaxy A22’s 5,000mAh one.
At the front, nothing has changed. It still has the same 6.4-inch Super AMOLED panel with that meager HD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. You’re also getting a fingerprint scanner on the side, like every other affordable phone out there.
The Samsung Galaxy F22 starts at a price of INR 12,499 (around NPR 20,000 in Nepal) for the 4GB/64GB variant and INR 14,499 (~NPR 23,000) for the 6GB/128GB option. The phone will go on sale via Flipkart from July 13 in India.