The Samsung Galaxy F series of devices seems to have a lot of success in the Indian smartphone market, as the company has announced the production of yet another F-branded model. Given that the Galaxy-F series phones are rebranded versions of the Samsung Galaxy A and Samsung Galaxy M lineup, so it won’t be a surprise if the galaxy F22 is a rebranded variant of Samsung’s A and M series with some minor tweaks. According to SamMobile, it may be a rebrand of the Samsung Galaxy A22, which has yet to be made public.
The Samsung Galaxy F22 was tipped by a Twitter user “@ the tech guy,” suggesting a Samsung Galaxy F22 with the model number SM-E225F is in development. If the Samsung Galaxy F22 and Galaxy A22 share similar specifications it would be intriguing to see whether the Galaxy F22 follows the 4G or 5G approach, or both. The Samsung Galaxy A22 is expected to be released in 4G and 5G versions, powered with the MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset and 6GB RAM. The A-branded smartphone would certainly be the company’s cheapest 5G phone at launch, but only time will tell if the Galaxy F22 will follow suit.
According to a separate tweet from tipster Debayan Roy, the Samsung Galaxy F22 is one of six Samsung phones set to launch in India soon. Samsung Galaxy M62, Galaxy M32, Galaxy F52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A22 are likely to make its way in the Indian market soon.