The Galaxy A22 front panel of the device uses a small Infinity-V notched screen at the top. If viewed directly at the bottom, you will obviously find the existence of a very large chin build. Honestly we say, this is the thing that makes the appearance of the device on this front panel so less attractive.
Next up, the front screen is a 6.6-inch TFT LCD. The resolution is FDH+ and also supports the refresh rate reaching 90Hz. To us, the display does not present any problems during use. The screen quality is good and still able to provide a fairly satisfactory description.
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The colors also look cheerful which is suitable only for the use of watching favorite videos or viewing any content on the screen. But, all this only happens when you use it in an enclosed area. If on the other hand, the screen will be quite dim especially when used under very hot sunlight.
Interface & Usage Experience
For specs, the Samsung Galaxy A22 5G is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 (7nm) chip, 8GB of RAM memory and 128GB of internal storage. The operating system is Android 11 with the One UI 3.0 Core interface is also used. One UI Core is a version of One UI dedicated to Samsung -owned affordable devices. It is also very helpful in focusing more on various important things.
Well, obviously using this Samsung gadget for a variety of basic tasks is sufficient. Just at times, we noticed there was a time lag problem on the unit in our hands. It often occurs in daily use from time to time. It may not be so frequent, but when this issue occurs it evokes an annoying feeling. Especially when wanting to make changes on the app. The process of opening the application becomes a bit slow. One more thing, scrolling is also sometimes not so smooth. The same situation happened when we played first.
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