Samsung Galaxy M22 arrives on FCC with model number SM-M225FV


Samsung is ready to add one more device to its M-series, Galaxy M22. So far, the phone has been spotted on several online certifications including Geekbench. With the device’s listing on these certifications, we had some rumored specs and ideas with us. Now, the Samsung Galaxy M22 has arrived on FCC, hinting at an imminent launch.

Galaxy M22

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The FCC listing of the Galaxy M22 reveals that it would come with model number SM-M225FV. Apart from this, the arrival on the website discloses some key details about the fast charging capabilities of the smartphone. Keep scrolling to dig a litter deeper into details.

Samsung Galaxy M22

The previous listing of the Galaxy M22 on Geekbench suggested that the smartphone will be identical to the Galaxy M32 and will share most of its specs with the upcoming Galaxy A22. However, the only difference it can carry is in terms of battery life and color variants.

Galaxy M22

According to the FCC listing, Galaxy M22 will support up to 25W of fast charging support (9V, 2.77A). Though, Samsung will ship the smartphone with a 15W fast charger (9V, 1.67A) out of the box. However, it does not divulge the battery capacity of the device. But, as Samsung M-series usually offers a “monster” battery life, we can expect it to have at least a 6,000 mAh battery on board.

Galaxy M22

Another leak with the appearance on Geekbench was that it could equip MediaTek Helio G80 chipset under the hood. Furthermore, the phone is likely to power Android 11 based on One UI 3.0 paired with 4GB RAM. Similar to Galaxy A22 4G, Galaxy M22 can also house a 48MP primary camera and a 13MP snapper on the front.

Galaxy M22

As of now, this is all the information we have in our hands. Also, the exact release date is not yet disclosed by Samsung. But we can expect the launch soon as it has passed major certifications.

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