The 90 Hz HD AMOLED display, five cameras and MediaTek chip are familiar from somewhere.
With much less emphasis, but with almost the same enthusiasm, Samsung is launching fresh products from the Galaxy M-Series like the A-Series, and each model is often embarrassingly similar. Take the example of we also tested the A22 and the now unveiled M22-t: the ruler measured a little differently (159.3 x 73.6 x 8.4 and 159.9 x 74 x 8.4 millimeters, respectively), but the two model points weigh the same (186 grams) and you don’t have to no data can be described twice.
What they have in common is the 6.4 “and 90 Hz Super AMOLED panels, with a relatively modest 720 x 1600 pixels, and below that are the 12 nm and eight-core MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. The 13 megapixel front and 48 (normal) ) + 8 (ultra-wide) + 2 (depth of field) + 2 megapixels at the back (macro), plus the LED flash. managed to catch a difference, here’s another one: it opens in a 4/128 GB configuration instead of 4/64, more specifically, it only offers one, while the A22 offers both layouts.
A legitimate question then is: could the M22 be a bit overhauled and relabelled by the A22, which is so called in one market and so in another? The answer is no, because both models are listed by Samsung’s German division (the Hungarian one is only the A22 so far), so the name of the novelty could be, say, A22s. But it hasn’t happened, as there is no price yet, but the GSM Arena He heard about a € 240 boot, which is € 10 more expensive than the 128GB A22. And it costs about 85 thousand forints at home, so if there is an M22 here, the 90 thousand forints seems to be a pretty realistic end-user price.