Samsung Galaxy A22 5G 4GB 128GB Gray Unlocked
I have another line from T-Mobile on the iPhone 12 , it shows 3 bars.
I did a speed test on both the phones at the same location at different times, the Samsung A22 shows 0-6mbps whereas the iPhone 12 shows 13-52mbps, I will try at some other locations, and see the same behavior I may have to return it.
I've returned it and reordered a second to see if a replacement works better.
You guys are losing badly to Apple and this is the most idiotically designed electronic device I've had the misfortune of buying in a long time.
6.6" Infinity-V Display, TFT, 90Hz, 1080 x 2408 (FHD+), 20:9 ratio, Android 11, One UI Core 3.1128GB ROM, 4GB RAM, Expandable MicroSD, MediaTek MT6833 Dimensity 700 5G (7 nm), Octa-core, Mali-G57 MC2. Rear Camera: 48MP, F1.8 + 5MP,. F2.2 + 2MP,F2.4 (depth), Front Camera: 8MP, f2.0, 5000 mAh Battery, 15W Fast Charge. 2G Bands: 850, 900, 1800, 1900MHz, 3G B bands
2/5I actually like the phone quite a bit but even after Samsung tech support, the touchscreen sensitivity occasionally goes wacko... One letter touch produces 1-5 responses.
Sometimes the touchscreen sensitivity is off... 1–5 replies are generated by one letter touch. I've sent it back and placed a new order to see if the replacement is any better. I chose to test this (now a paperweight) since I was sick of Apple. returned to Apple. Clunky. Not logical. It has a stupid design if I have to watch a goddamn YouTube video to figure out how to turn it on. Never again will I purchase a Samsung or Android product. This is the most poorly designed electrical item I've had the displeasure to purchase in a long time, and you guys are losing terribly to Apple. Do this better or continue producing televisions. Additionally, look for engineers with common sense. You men are bad at this. Even after receiving assistance from Samsung tech support, the touchscreen sensitivity occasionally acts erratically, with a single letter touch eliciting a response of 1 to 5. Wow. It's a good thing I passed on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. It's a fantastic phone, but not very user-friendly. It's absurd that I had to watch an entire YouTube tutorial to figure out how to use it. I won't ever purchase another Samsung or Android product.
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