Samsung follows suit: Now mid-range phones are getting even better

Not only with flagships, but also with phones of the middle class, Samsung is putting more and more effort into it. In one area, however, the competition has been trailed so far. However, this is set to change with the next generation of smartphones – fast battery charging will thus become a reality.

Samsung: Fast charging for the mid-range phones

While other smartphone manufacturers now rely on a fast-charging mode, Samsung lags even for cheap mobile phones. However, this is likely to change soon, as news reports suggest. According to them, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M22 will be wired with 25 watts.

However, interested parties still have to be prepared for significant detail. In addition to the mobile phone, there is only one charger in the package, which relies on 15 watts. Therefore, if you want to charge your mobile phone faster, you have to buy a separate charger accordingly. After all, Samsung is now offering its customers the opportunity to rely on a faster charging process.

This is also the case with other smartphones of the middle class. The Galaxy A52 (in the 4G and 5G versions) and the Galaxy A72, Galaxy F62, Galaxy M32, Galaxy M31s, Galaxy M51, and Galaxy M62 phones also have a fast charging mode SamMobile summarizes.

Lastly, we took a closer look at the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G. Details can be found here in the video:

Samsung Galaxy M22: The more enduring Galaxy A22?

Many features of the Galaxy M22 have already been determined. Like the Galaxy A22, the phone will rely on a display with a diagonal of 6.4 inches and a refresh rate of 90 Hertz. The rear camera should resolve with up to 48 MP and even have optical image stabilization onboard. The processor has opted for the MediaTek Helio G80. The battery could be more extensive than that of the Galaxy A22 at 6,000 mAh.

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