Samsung has been releasing some of the best flagship phones in the market with the Fold, Flip and S21 line.
Now their midrange M series is getting it’s own refresher with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M22.
Its brisk RM899 retail price tag, is among the best bang for your Ringgit that you can get.
With the kind of price difference between the Galaxy M22 and Galaxy S21 line, you would think the features would be significantly less, but you would be wrong.
Coming in with a smooth 90Hz, 6.4 inch HD+ Super AMOLED display, a 5,000 mAh battery and 48MP quad camera set up that supports 25W fast charging (faster than Apple’s 20W), the Galaxy M22 is no slouch.
Power, can it sit with the best?
Surprising the midrange market with a HelioG80, Octa Core processor, paired with 6GB RAM, the Galaxy M22 can keep up with its immediate competition, running smoothly with any app you throw at it
The bright 600 nits peak brightness screen and a 5,000 mAh battery that can last you through the day, you can watch those Netflix shows on the go without worrying about glare or finding a wall outlet.
Cameras, 4 of them at the back!
Lets talk about the camera, you will be getting a quad camera set up featuring 48MP main camera, an Ultra Wide, a Depth Camera for that smooth bokeh and a Macro for those super up close shots.
What about selfies? Well the 13MP front camera has you covered in that department.
The Galaxy M22 have different camera modes like AR functions for some more fun, and night mode for that low light goodness.
Memory, goldfish or dolphin?
The Galaxy M22 is getting an upgrade with a whopping 128GB internal storage, and you can expand it with external memory cards with up to 1TB of usable storage.
That is a Super Dolphin if you ask me.
Colours and where to get one.
The Galaxy M22 comes in 2 colour options for the Malaysian release this 5th October: Black and Light Blue.
To get one you can order from the Samsung website from the 5th of October 2021 and in Shopee for the 10.10 campaign to get a RM120 discount for new owners from the 3rd to 10th October 2021.