Samsung Galaxy M22 to support 25W charging: FCC Listing Reveals

Samsung is rumoured to launch its Galaxy M22 mid-range smartphone later at the end of this year. Specs leaks are constantly appearing before the launch event. Now, a new listing on the US Federal Communications Commission has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy M22 will support a 25W fast charging. 

The smartphone has attained the model number SM-M225FV/DS FCC certification. The listing that appeared on the US FCC claims the Galaxy M22 to be the most inexpensive smartphone with 25W charging support.

Reports based on the US FCC listing revealed by MySmartPrice, indicate that the Galaxy M22 will have 9V/ 1.67A (15W) and 9V/2.77A (25W) charging power. Although the Galaxy M22 sports a 25W charging support, the smartphone might not be able to deliver fast-charging support as the device will probably come with a 15W charger (EP-TA200). Indeed, a smart move by Samsung. 

Even if there are no official specs revealed by Samsung yet, we can assume some key features and specifications of the Galaxy M22 based on the past leaks. The Samsung Galaxy M22 might come with a 6.4-inch AMOLED display. There are high chances that the smartphone will be powered by a MediaTek Helio G80 SoC processor and will run on Android 11 OS.

There are no major revelations about the camera specification yet, but the smartphone will probably feature a 48MP primary sensor at the rear. Also, Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy M22 with a 6000mAh battery.

Talking about connectivity, the Samsung Galaxy M22 will be a dual-sim smartphone and will probably feature Bluetooth v5.0, 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, NFC and a 4G LTE connection.

Samsung Galaxy M22 has approved the FCC certification on the 21st of June.  Considering this date, we can expect Samsung will take a few months more to make the Galaxy M22 official.

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