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The Samsung Galaxy M22 is a 5,000mAh phone at under S$300

By Liu Hongzuo - on 27 Sep 2021, 7:13pm

The Samsung Galaxy M22 is a 5,000mAh phone at under S$300

Samsung Galaxy M22.
 

Samsung Singapore decided to bring the ultra-affordable Galaxy M22 LTE to our shores. The phone retails at S$275 starting on 29 September 2021, but pre-orders are already open at Samsung’s Shopee platform here.

Also, from now until 28 September 2021, pre-orders are entitled to an additional S$20 off their Samsung Galaxy M22 purchase - while stocks last, terms and conditions apply.

 

So what exactly is the Samsung Galaxy M22 LTE?

The Samsung Galaxy M22 LTE makes up part of Samsung’s entry-level Galaxy M series (which Galaxy A devices being their midrange offerings and Galaxy S/Z being their high-end to premium alternatives). 

The last Galaxy M was the Galaxy M32, a Lazada-only exclusive handset that costed a little more than M22 but offered a slightly better entry-level MediaTek chipset. Galaxy M22 uses a MediaTek MT6769V instead, better known as MediaTek Helio G70.

M22 offers 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, and it’s expandable by another 1TB via a MicroSD card. It comes with a 5,000mAh battery and 25W wired Fast Charging, which can help most folks stay topped off and last the larger part of their working day.

The phone packs a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U display rated at FHD with 90Hz refresh rate and 600-nits in high brightness mode. Infinity-U refers to its U-shaped, 13MP front camera notch, granting the device a nearly interrupted panel for improved viewing experiences.

Despite its entry-level positioning, Samsung availed Samsung Knox, its on-device security system that protects against malware and other malicious cyber threats. 

The quad rear cameras consist of a 48MP main camera, an 8MP Ultra Wide, 2MP Macro, and 2MP Depth Camera.

All in all, the Galaxy M22 is a cost-effective road warrior that covers all the basics - from gaming, to show watching, to social media use, and cameras that cover all key shooting scenarios, with a battery capacity to match.

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