Samsung keeps on adding newer devices to its flagships. This time, the company has almost prepared an M-series and A-series smartphone to launch in the market. So far, the devices have been spotted on several online certifications including Geekbench, FCC, and Google Play Console. Now, Samsung Galaxy M22 and Galaxy A12s have made their way to the Bluetooth SIG certification.
Starting with Galaxy M22, the Geekbench listing of the device reveals the model number SM-M225FV. Also, it will share most of its specs with the upcoming Galaxy A22. Another leak with the appearance on Geekbench was that it could equip MediaTek Helio G80 chipset under the hood.
According to the FCC listing, Galaxy M22 will support up to 25W of fast charging support. Though, Samsung will ship the smartphone with a 15W fast charger. However, it does not divulge the battery capacity of the device.
Heading to the Galaxy A12s, the device has been listed on Google Play Console. The arrival of the device in online certifications divulges the model number SM-A127F/DS depending upon the region. Galaxy A12s will just be a minor update over the standard Galaxy A12.
Galaxy A12 is a mid-range device powered by Android 10 One UI Core 2.5 based on MediaTek Helio P35 SoC chipset. The other specifications include a 6.5-inch HD+ TFT display, 128GB onboard storage, quad rear cameras, 15W fast charging, and more.