Samsung Galaxy M22 has been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG, which hints at a recent launch. The phone is listed in the model number SM-M225FV_DS and although it does not reveal much about the phone, it suggests that Samsung has almost completed the development of the phone. In the past, the Samsung Galaxy M22 has expired several times, including being spotted at the US FCC with the same model number. The phone comes with 25W support for fast charging.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy M22 is listed the Bluetooth SIG comes with Bluetooth v5 connectivity and EDR (Enhanced Data Rate). The model number SM-M225FV_DS suggests that the phone can support dual SIM slots and have LTE connectivity. References in the list suggest that Samsung may have started developing the Samsung Galaxy M22 sometime last September. The first is the Bluetooth SIG list noticed from SamMobile.
Past leaks claim that the Samsung Galaxy M22 with model number SM-225FV / DS can support charging capabilities 9V / 1.67A (15W) and 9V / 2.77A (25W). However, the phone is unlikely to deliver a faster charging experience, as the phone must be shipped with a 15W charger (EP-TA200) to save costs.
US FCC certification suggests that the Samsung Galaxy M22 can support Bluetooth v5, NFC and Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity. Other expired specifications includes a 6.4-inch AMOLED display and the phone can run Android 11 software based on the One UI skin on top. Samsung Galaxy M22 can be powered by MediaTek Helio G80 SoC and have a 48-megapixel main rear camera.
Reports also suggest that the Samsung Galaxy M22 may have many similarities to the Galaxy A22 released earlier. The Galaxy M22 is equipped with a larger battery than the Galaxy A22, which indicates that the M-Series model can have a 6000 mAh battery. To recall, the Galaxy A22 has a 5000 mAh battery.