The Galaxy M22 is one of Samsung’s numerous low-cost phones to have been released in 2021, and it’s actually the third Galaxy phone to carry the “x22” designation after the Galaxy A22 and the Galaxy F22.
The Galaxy M22 has more in common with the F-branded phone than it does with the Galaxy A22, but they all look very much alike, with minor exceptions. Likewise, the hardware is almost identical across all three phones. However, given that the Galaxy M22 is a lower-end device, some One UI 4.1 features will be missing from this Android 12 update. Even so, the new release should feel refreshing to Galaxy M22 customers.
Samsung Galaxy M22 Overview :
The price of this smartphone is 25,990 BDT. This phone comes with 5000 mAh battery and 6.4 inches display. The back camera is of Quad 48+8++2+2 Megapixel. The Selfie camera is of 13 megapixel.
It has 4 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage and can be expanded by dedicated MicroSD slot.
It is powered by Mediatek Helio G80 (12 nm) Chipset , Octa-core Processor and Mali-G52 MC2 GPU.
This phone is runs with Android operating system.
There is also Fast Charging, USB type-C, face unlock, fingerprint sensor in this device.
How to perform hard reset on Samsung Galaxy M22?
If you want to get rid of all the unwanted data like Apps, media and system files follow the below mentioned steps.
1. First press power button and volume down button together for couple of seconds
2. As soon as the screen light gets off let go off volume down button while holding the power button and press volume up button.
3. Release all buttons as soon as soon as you see the SAMSUNG logo
4. Use volume button to select Wipe data / Factory reset and use power key to confirm it.
5. Again use your Volume button to select Factory Data Reset and power button to confirm it.
6. Now select Reboot System Now using the volume button and press power key to confirm it.
Galaxy A21 Android 12 (One UI Core 4.1) features:
The Galaxy A21 gets a UI redesign with the Color Palette feature. It extracts primary colors from a chosen wallpaper and applies those colors to various UI elements across the system. Privacy and security have been improved, too. The phone can now display permissions at a glance so that you can decide whether you want an app to have permission to a specific aspect of your data. You can also choose to offer apps an approximate location instead of an accurate location. You can also choose to get notified if an app accesses information in your phone’s clipboard.