If you’ve been looking for a good deal for the Samsung a22, you just arrived at the right place and time. Our Samsung A22 price in Ghana is GH¢ 1,150.00 (A22(128GB/4) / GH¢ 985.00 (64GB/4) only and we believe it’s the best offer you can get.
Aside from that, we give you detailed information and a description of the phone to help you take the right decision.
Of course, our low Samsung A22 price in Ghana alone won’t make sense if you don’t get to know what its features and components look like.
Get our Samsung A22 price in Ghana now: GH¢ 1,150.00 (A22(128GB/4) / GH¢ 985.00 (64GB/4)
- Camera(Main): Quad 48 MP, f/1.8
- Selfie: 13 MP, f/2.2
- OS: Android 11, upgradable
- Memory: 64GB, 128GB, 128GB
- CPU: Octa-core
- Battery: 5000 mAh
Once we’ve given you the price range and a sneak peek at the essential features, let’s now dig into the actual features to see exactly what the picture looks like.
First, you have the option of choosing between a 4G or 5G when it comes to the Samsung A22. It’s worthy of note however that the latter doesn’t come with an OLED display. Instead, you’ll enjoy a faster internet speed in a 5G supporting region than the 4G.
In addition to the options in the network technology, you also get the luxury of choosing your preferred colour including black, green, purple, and white.
Between the 4G and 5G, you’re likely to mistake one for the other because they are identical in many ways. That notwithstanding, there’re some significant differences when you look closely.
For instance, the 4G version has four camera lenses, unlike the 5G with three. In place of the fourth lens, Samsung rather replaces it with a flash in the 5G. Actually, the 4G also has a flash.
Again the 4G model has an 8MP ultrawide lens and not a 5MP.
With this comparison, it can be a bit daunting to choose between the two models. However, the jurisdiction you are in should be an important consideration.
Yes, the internet speed of the 5G can be way faster but there’s no point when your location isn’t supportive. Besides, it costs higher than the 4G version.
Even though you might not describe the design of the Samsung A22 as anything revolutionary, it’s still a decent phone to have in hand. The 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display might convince you that our low Samsung A22 price in Ghana of GH¢ 1,150.00 (A22(128GB/4) / GH¢ 985.00 (64GB/4) is a good deal.
The phone features glass on the screen with a plastic body. It has a refresh rate of 90Hz, considered to be just fine.
The phone has a flatlock button on the side with the volume rocker sitting above it. High on the opposite side of the Samsung A22 is the SIM slot. Other slots are found at the bottom of the phone including that of a USB charger port.
If you fancy a headphone jack, this phone gives you just that. It also has a speaker grill.
We’ve touched on the 6.4-inch AMOLED panel display as well as a 90Hz refresh rate which are some of the cool features of the phone. We’ve also given you our best Samsung A22 price in Ghana. It’s time to look at what the phone has to offer when it comes to performance.
The phone manages a 720p display and 600 nits of brightness on HDR content. This obviously won’t be the best display but hey, there’s only so much you can expect from a moderate phone like this.
The MediaTek Helio G80 powers the phone and with a 12nm chip, you can expect a smooth ride with your apps and programs. Of course, excessive use will result in some slowdowns for a phone of this caliber.
Samsung A22 runs on Android 11 with Samsung’s own OneUI Core 3.1. This is Samsung’s custom build for this range of phones. And you get to enjoy system and security updates for three years.
The design of the camera is pretty cool. The camera system has an LED flash underneath it. The four lenses are neatly parked at the back of the phone.
With a 48MP, coupled with the four lenses, you can trust the camera to do a good job. Note that it works better under bright light but is just okay in low-light.
Considering the moderate Samsung A22 price in Ghana that we at PriceGhana have for you, it might just be a good buy.
The camera gives you a 2, 4, and 10x digital zoom. It’s always best to test this out if you really want to see what works best for your situation.
To achieve very good portrait shots, the 2MP depth lens comes in handy as it’s able to even blur the environment while taking the shots. The other interesting feature has to do with the ultra-wide 8MP lens which helps to enhance picture quality.
The battery life of the Samsung A22 isn’t bad at all. 5000 mAh is just enough to take you for an entire day. For moderate users, you’ll be inching closer to two days of uninterrupted use with the battery.
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Of course, this will largely depend on what you use it for. For instance, continuous filming can last for 7-8 hours while watching videos with HDR can last for 5-6 hours.
The phone comes with a 15W charger that takes some two hours to reach 100% full charge. In this day of fast charging devices, this doesn’t seem like anything exciting though.
|Super AMOLED, 90Hz, 600 nits
|6.4 inches, 98.9 cm2
|720 x 1600 pixels, 20:9 ratio
|Android 11, upgradable to Android 12, One UI 4.1
|Mediatek MT6769V/CU Helio G80 (12 nm)
|GSM / HSPA / LTE
|Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
|Quad 48 MP, f/1.8
|LED flash, panorama, HDR
|Single 13 MP, f/2.2
|64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM
|microSDXC (dedicated slot)
|Li-Po 5000 mAh, non-removable
|Fast charging 15W
|Violet, Black, Mint, White
|July 01, 2021
The phone is just okay, especially for average use and price. It’ll function just fine with considerable use. The battery is reliable and the screen isn’t bad at all. And with our cool Samsung A22 price in Ghana, it might just be a good investment for a decent phone.