While it's definitely nowhere near close to some of its competitors when it comes to confusing naming for its products, Samsung has been playing that game too with the F series and M series and A series, and the differences between them (or sometimes, lack thereof).
Now it's being reported that the company is busy working on a new device, the Galaxy F22. This is highly likely to be based on the Galaxy A22, pictured below in its 5G-capable iteration courtesy of a recent leak.
That's not an official image because neither the Galaxy A22 nor the Galaxy A22 5G have been unveiled yet, despite being rumored for many weeks on end.
Anyway, the F series is at least heavily inspired from the A series in Samsung's roster, that is, when it doesn't outright rebrand models. So if you're wondering what to expect from the F22, that's probably a very similar device to the A22. What remains to be seen is whether it will use the 4G or 5G versions of that as its inspiration. The latter is likely to use MediaTek's Dimensity 700 SoC, paired with 6GB of RAM.
Furthermore, the A22 (and thus, the F22) is expected to sport a triple rear camera system, with a 48 MP main module, an 8 MP ultrawide, and a 2 MP sensor for decoration. On the front will be a 13 MP selfie snapper, housed in that waterdrop notch.
The A22 is expected to finally become official next month, and the F22 may get a simultaneous launch in India. Only time will tell.