New information revealed about the launch of Samsung Galaxy A22 5G

The Samsung Galaxy A22 5G smartphone will reportedly be launched in India in the second half of the year 2021. This phone can be offered in India as well as other South East Asian countries. This phone will be positioned in one of the most affordable 5G handsets in the future. The Samsung Galaxy A22 5G phone will be the successor to the Samsung Galaxy A21, which was launched in April this year. In the first half of the year 2021, Samsung company can launch the Galaxy A32 5G phone in the market, which may be slightly higher than the alleged Samsung Galaxy A22 5G.

According to a report by Korean Publication, Samsung Galaxy A22 5G can be launched in the second half of the year 2021. If this news proves to be true, it may introduce a slight delay in the company’s traditional launch circle. Let us tell you, the Samsung Galaxy A21 smartphone was launched in the month of April. The Samsung Galaxy A22 5G can be priced at KRW 200,000 (about Rs 13,300). This smartphone can knock in India and South East Asian market. Prior to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G, Samsung may reportedly launch the Galaxy A32 5G, which will be priced slightly higher than the Galaxy A22 5G.

With the new Samsung Galaxy A22 5G smartphone, the company can compete with economical smartphone maker companies like Huawei, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi. The company can use the JDM (joint development and production method) process to build the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G phone. In this process, Samsung outsources product development, design, and production processes, but is involved in some aspects such as key specifications of the product and selection of parts.

Tipster Abhishek Yadav Tweet While informing that the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G phone will be equipped with the MediaTek Dimension 700 processor. Apart from this, not much information related to this phone has been revealed.

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