Samsung Galaxy M22 Listed on US FCC Website With 25 Watts Fast Charging Feature
Samsung Galaxy M22 will soon be arriving with 25-watt fast charging support. Yes, you have heard it right; the listing has been officially recognized on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC site). The unannounced Samsung mobile is expected to receive the FCC certification with the model number SM-M225FV/DS. Although there aren’t many new deals proposed with this new Samsung Galaxy M22, It is considered one of the most affordable phones with 6000 mAh battery backup and 25-watt fast charging support.
Per the listing on the FCC website, the model number of the Samsung Galaxy M22 is SM-225FV/DS, which supports 9V/1.67A (that is 15 Watts charging option), and 9V/ 2.77A (25 Watts charging option). So it seems that the new 25 watts charging option will be the highlight of this new listing. The Galaxy M22 is also set to feature a 6.4-inch AMOLED display and will be powered by MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. The phone will run on Android 11 with the latest UI on top.
US Federal Communications Commission FCC site also suggests that the mobile will come with dual sim support and feature Bluetooth v5.0 (Bluetooth LE), NFC, 4G LTE, and Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity. In addition, it seems that both the Samsung Galaxy M22 and Galaxy A22 5G will have some similarities between them apart from only a few differences, one of such is that the upcoming M22 series is said to have a larger 6000 mAh over the 5000 mAh battery that is available in the Galaxy A22 model. Coming to camera specification, the Samsung Galaxy M22 will support a 48-megapixel primary sensor and a 13-megapixel front camera.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC site) listing took place on Monday, 21st June 2021. Therefore, it is safe to assume that the launch of this new Samsung Galaxy M22 model will soon take within the middle of next month.