Support pages for the Samsung Galaxy M22 we’ve been hearing about for a few months now have gone live on Samsung’s official Singaporean and Malaysian websites, suggesting an imminent launch.
The pages don’t include any details on the Galaxy M22 other than its model designation, SM-M225FV/DS, where “DS” denotes dual-SIM support. And while we await official word from Samsung about the Galaxy M22, rumors suggest the M22 will be based on the Galaxy A22 4G, meaning you’ll get a 6.4″ HD+ 90Hz Super AMOLED display, 13MP selfie camera, and a quad camera setup on the rear, consisting of 48MP primary, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth units.
Geekbench revealed that the Galaxy M22 will be powered by the Helio G80 SoC, run Android 11, and have 4GB RAM onboard. There could be other RAM options as well, and the 4GB RAM model is said to come with 128GB of expandable storage.
It’s unclear if the Galaxy M22 will pack a 5,000 mAh or 6,000 mAh battery, but thanks to an FCC listing, we know it will support 25W charging. However, you’ll have to shell out extra money if you want those charging speeds since the bundled adapter will only go up to 15W.
Leaked renders of the Galaxy M22 revealed the smartphone will come in at least three colors, and its price in Europe is expected to be around €240.