Samsung Galaxy M22 to Debut With 25W Fast Charging Support, US FCC Site Suggestions

The Samsung Galaxy M22 will come with a 25W charging support, according to a list available on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website.

Samsung’s anonymous phone has received a FCC certificate with the SM-M225FV / DS model number.

While there aren’t many new details to be collected on the US FCC list, developments suggest that the Samsung Galaxy M22 could be Samsung’s most affordable Samsung phone with 25W charging support.

The South Korean company is rumored to be launching the Galaxy M22 with a 6,000mAh battery.

As previously reported by MySmartPrice, the US FCC site shows that the Samsung phone with model number SM-225FV / DS supports charging power of 9V / 1.67A (15W) and 9V / 2.77A (25W).

Since the model number seems to be associated with the Samsung Galaxy M22, the 25W charging can naturally be one of its most important features.

However, it is important to note that while the Samsung Galaxy M22 appears to have 25W charging support on the hardware side, it is unlikely to deliver a fast charging experience outside the box, as the phone may come with a 15W charger (EP-TA200). This could be a cost-effective measure for the company.

Details for Samsung Galaxy M22 (expected)

The US FCC certification site also shows that the Samsung Galaxy M22 will come with Bluetooth v5.0 (Bluetooth LE), NFC, and Wi-Fi 802.11ac. The phone also appears to have both SIM and 4G LTE support.

If we look at the gossip area, the Galaxy M22 can share similarities with the Galaxy A22 which started earlier this month next to the Galaxy A22 5G.

However, the upcoming M phone is said to have a larger 6,000mAh battery over the one 5,000mAh one available on the Galaxy A22.

Other specifications of the Samsung Galaxy M22 could include a 6.4-inch AMOLED display, MediaTek Helio G80 SoC, and a 48-megapixel rear camera sensor.

The smartphone can also work on Android 11 with the latest One UI.

Listing on the US FCC site shows that the Samsung Galaxy M22 received a certificate from the regulator on Monday, June 21. It is safe to assume that Samsung could take longer to validate its new smartphone.

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