Samsung Galaxy A55; FCC Certification Reveals 25W Charging & Mid-Range Specs

Sohail Akhtar

As the buzz around Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series gradually fades, attention now turns to the imminent arrival of the premium mid-range contender, the Galaxy A55. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, which debuted in March last year, the Galaxy A55 will likely debut in less than two months.

Leaks and speculations about the Galaxy A55 have been roaming the internet for weeks, and the recent FCC certification has added weight to the existing information. Validating the reports, the certification unveiled that the Galaxy A55 will support 25W fast charging, maintaining continuity with its predecessor's 5,000 mAh battery.

The certification also highlights the phone’s essentials, including dual SIM slots, NFC, and Wi-Fi 6 support. The Galaxy A54 marked Samsung's venture into Wi-Fi 6 connectivity for its mid-range lineup. However, there's still no indication of an upgrade to Wi-Fi 6E or Wi-Fi 7 for the Galaxy A55 this year, aligning with Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus’ limitations.

Powering the Samsung latest budget 5G model will be the Exynos 1480, Samsung's first mid-range chip incorporating a GPU based on AMD's RDNA graphics architecture. While the flagship Exynos 2200 faced criticism, hopes are high for the Exynos 1480 to deliver a smoother performance.

Anticipated to run on Android 14 and One UI 6.1 out of the box, the Samsung Galaxy A55 plans to deliver a seamless user experience. Questions linger about whether it will inherit any of the AI features introduced in the Galaxy S24 series. With the Galaxy A55 gearing up for debut, more details should appear in the coming weeks. So stick around for all the new developments.


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