The Samsung Galaxy M55 5G is likely under development, with a release scheduled for 2024. The phone is expected to be launched globally and in India, the latter was confirmed after the phone appeared at BIS. While we’re waiting for that to happen, the team at 91mobiles have exclusively spotted the Galaxy M55 on FCC and Dekra certificates. They reveal some key details of the phone.
Information about Samsung Galaxy M55 according to FCC and Dekra certificates
- The Samsung Galaxy M55 Dekra certificate shows that the phone will come with a 4855 mAh battery (it can be sold as a 5000 mAh battery) and will have the model number HQ-6887NAS.
- The TUV SUD certificate shows that the phone will support 45W charging (20V DC; 2.25A).
- The FCC listing shows that the phone will come with 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, all of which are expected connectivity options.
- The FCC certificate does not currently show the full design of the phone.
- According to TUV SUD, the included adapter will have model numbers EP-TA845 and EP-TA845 001.
- The Samsung Galaxy M55 also received a Nemko certificate, but it only lists the model number SM-M556E/DS. DS at the end can mean two SIM cards.
- Apart from this information, the listings do not reveal any hardware characteristics of the phone.
Geekbench has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy M55 5G will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC, which offers a maximum clock speed of 2.40 GHz. The chipset will be paired with 8 GB of RAM, but there may be other options at launch. The phone will run One UI software based on Android 14.