The Samsung Galaxy A22 could be launched with two variants: one that’s 4G-only and one that supports 5G. The 4G-only variant could have a 6.4-inch HD+ AMOLED display. There could be a MediaTek Helio G80 chipset under the hood powered by a 5,000mAh battery. The quad-lens module on the 4G version might include 48MP, 5M, 2MP, and 2MP sensors. The selfie cam could be a 13MP sensor.
The 5G version of this phone is slightly different. It could feature a 6.4-inch FHD+ LCD display instead of an AMOLED panel. It could also have a different chipset in the MediaTek Dimensity 700. There would be a triple-lens system on the back with 48MP, 5MP, and 2MP sensors. It would likely have the same 5,000mAh battery, though.
On the back of the smartphone, the square-ish camera module is basically a dead ringer for the modules on every Pixel phone launched since the Pixel 4 in 2019. Whereas, there appear to be three lenses here, which no Pixel phone has ever supported.
Elsewhere, you can see a side-mounted fingerprint sensor that doubles as a power button. This suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A22 could have an LCD display, which would certainly help keep costs low.
All in all, you can expect the Galaxy A22 to be cheap, 5G-capable, and with a back that makes it look like a Pixel phone.