Samsung is ready to add one more device to its M-series flagship. Reportedly, the Galaxy M22 was spotted on Geekbench. A report suggests that the smartphone will be identical to the Galaxy M32 and will share most of its specs with the upcoming Galaxy A22.
The Samsung Galaxy M22 will differ from Galaxy A22 in terms of battery and colors. According to the Geekbench listing, the Galaxy M22 will carry the model number SM-M225FV. However, like every model, the number may differ by a couple of alphabets depending upon the regions.
Under the hood, the leaks propose that the smartphone will power the MediaTek Helio G80 processor. Considering Samsung’s update speed, the phone may run Android 11 out of the box paired with 4GB RAM. On the other hand, the successor, Galaxy M32 will offer 6GB RAM with the same chipset.
In the shooting section, the Galaxy M22 may equip a 48MP primary camera and a 13MP selfie camera as Galaxy A22 4G. Whereas, the successor variant will support a double rear shooter i.e; 64MP and a 20MP front snapper.
The smartphone is likely to ship with a 6,000 mAh battery. The Galaxy M22 will be available in three color options of Black, Blue, and White. However, the exact release date is not yet disclosed. Stay tuned for more details regarding the new upcoming smartphone.