On the face, the Samsung A22 looks like a big high-tech smartphone, complete with a large, futuristic triple camera layout at the top right corner Samsung A22 . The attractive physical body colors, side-mounted fingerprint reader and impressive bezel-free screen all contribute to the nice overall look.
However, there is one minor glitch that may prevent you from buying the Samsung Galaxy A22 directly from Samsung: the manufacturer does not allow direct retailers of their Android-based smartphones – including online retailers – to sell the handset’s SIM card directly from their site. Instead, they will only allow connections from mobile phone networks that are partnered with Samsung. This may seem like an odd requirement for an “unlimited” service (after all, you would think that it would be easy to get hold of an A22 and insert your SIM card), but Samsung has issued a statement stressing that customers should contact their manufacturer instead of retailers if they want to obtain this functionality.
The problem is that most consumers do not know which of the two main mobile network providers will be able to grant the A22 a SIM card with the required functionality. It’s important to note that the A22 does work with T-Mobile, but this is only on some parts of the world (T-Mobile uses GSM technology). Samsung does recommend that you call their customer support if you have any problems with this feature. It is also important to note that users can buy the Samsung A22 directly from Samsung or retailer Samsung’s website. The latter provides an opportunity to compare prices and product features across the different models.