Galaxy A22 may be Samsung’s cheapest phone with 5G, taking over from the Galaxy A32

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Samsung announced the Galaxy A32 5G promoting the model as the cheapest smartphone of the brand with support for 5G networks, but new rumors reinforce that another launch should replace it witht the Galaxy A22 5G.

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The model had already been leaked at the end of last year, but the lack of details has raised suspicions that now, thanks to the Dutch website GalaxyClub, we know the reason. According to the information, the Galaxy A22 would be an ODM type phone, that is, designed and assembled by another manufacturer on behalf of Samsung.

There are still no details regarding the release date of the Galaxy A22 5G, and although the design and assembly are in the hands of another manufacturer under the permission of Samsung, it does not affect vital information such as the model number, which continues to appear as SM -A226B.

The smartphone is expected to be launched around the world later this year, possibly in the first half, so that Samsung will increasingly win over the public interested in testing 5G networks, but who are not interested in purchasing such an expensive phone.

Also according to the Galaxy Club, the A22 5G will be released in at least two memory configurations that have not been revealed, but we can imagine that it includes up to 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. The model would also be launched in four colors: white, gray, green and purple, similar to the Galaxy A32 5G.