US FCC website proposes Samsung Galaxy M22 debut with 25W fast charge support

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The Samsung Galaxy M22 comes with 25W quick charge support. The unannounced Samsung phone has apparently received FCC certification under model number SM-M225FV / DS. While there aren’t many new details from the U.S. FCC list, developments suggest that the Samsung Galaxy M22 may be Samsung’s most affordable phone with 25W charging support. A South Korean company is rumored to release the Galaxy M22 with a 6000 mAh battery.

As originally reported by MySmartPrice, US FCC website show that Samsung The phone, model number SM-225FV / DS, supports 9 V / 1.67 A (15 W) and 9 V / 2.77 A (25 W) charging features. Because the model number appears to be related to the model Samsung Galaxy M22, A 25 W charge can, of course, be one of its main highlights.

However, it is important to note that while the Samsung Galaxy M22 seems to have 25W charging support on the hardware side, it is unlikely to offer a faster charging experience right away as the phone is likely to come with a 15W charger (EP-TA200). This can be a cost savings for the company.

Samsung Galaxy M22 Specifications (Expected)

Also US FCC certification site indicates that the Samsung Galaxy M22 comes with Bluetooth v5.0 (Bluetooth LE), NFC and Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity. The phone also seems to have dual SIM card support as well as 4G LTE.

If we look at the rumor mill, the Samsung Galaxy M22 could share similarities Galaxy A22 that debuts earlier this month Galaxy A22 5G. The upcoming M-series phone, however, is said get a larger 6000 mAh battery than the 5000 mAh battery available on the Galaxy A22.

Other specifications for the Samsung Galaxy M22 may include a 6.4-inch AMOLED display, MediaTek Helio G80 SoC and 48 megapixel primary rear camera sensor. A smartphone could also work Android 11 with the latest One interface.

The list on the U.S. FCC website shows that the Samsung Galaxy M22 only received regulatory approval until Monday, June 21st. Therefore, it is safe to assume that Samsung may take some time to formalize the new smartphone.


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Jagmeet Singh writes about Consumer Technology for Gadget 360 in New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior editor of Gadgets 360 and has written extensively on applications, security, Internet services, and telecommunications developments. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @JagmeetS13 or by email at [email protected]. Submit leads and tips.
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