FiGi announces S22 Pro with Helio P60 CPU and 256GB ROM


FIGI, a Chinese smartphone maker have just announced the S22 Pro smartphone with Helio P60 CPU and a whopping 256-Gigs of internal storage. Not just the internal memory, but almost everything about the S22 Pro is on the big and intimidating side, both on the outside and the inside.

To begin with, the FiGi S22 Pro comes in a 6.95-inches tablet equivalent screen, with 720 x 1640 pixels. The device has a sided dot notch within the display, and an 8-megapixel selfie camera is kept on that space.

FiGi announces S22 Pro with Helio P60 CPU and 256GB ROM FiGi S22 Pro announced with Helio P60 CPU

And just as mentioned above, the brain power on the S22 Pro comes from MediaTek Helio P60 octa-core CPU clocked at 2.0GHz. The SoC is integrated with Mali-G52 MP3 GPU, along with 4GB RAM and the aforementioned 256-Gigs of internal storage.

Coming to the camera department, there are three sensors on the rear. Of these three lenses, the primary snapper is a 24-megapixel lens, having dual LED flash, along with two other auxiliary sensors.

FiGi announces S22 Pro with Helio P60 CPU and 256GB ROM FiGi S22 specifications and price

Another interesting features of the FiGi S22 Pro is the battery capacity on the inside. It is a large 8200mAh unit, but there was no mention by how fast it will charge. The phone will also run on Google Android OS, but the specific iteration was not stated.

It is also not clear whether the supper large 256GB ROM will still need an SD-card support, but the phone does offer dual 4G LTE SIMs, and it is given a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. The FiGi S22 Pro is already listed on Aliexpress, and the presale price at writing is a staggering $256 US Dollars.

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