Samsung Galaxy A55’s charging speed will disappoint you

The Samsung Galaxy A55 smartphone will be added to the next line-up of the Galaxy A5x series as a budget-friendly model that every user can purchase. However, the Galaxy A55 seems to be less upgraded compared to its predecessor, as per recent reports from the certification website.

Recently, the Galaxy A55 gadget got spotted on the 3C certification website (via- sammobile), which revealed that the battery charging support is the same as in the previous model. Yes, you heard it right. The 25W charging capability that was present in the Galaxy A54 models will be integrated into its upcoming line-up. It is also stated that the gadget will not include charging bricks in the packaging when it is sold. Even though 3C certifications do not offer 100% confirmed information, we can expect the battery charging capability to be somewhere on or around 25W itself.

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The reason is that, as of now, Samsung has not employed 45W charging capability, even for its expensive foldables, so this is what you can expect for an affordable model that comes in a budget-friendly price range. However, the slow charging speed was one of the complaints about the Galaxy A54 model. It is quite disappointing that Samsung has not taken it into consideration. All other details about the gadget are kept hidden, even though it is expected to hit the market next year. In a decent manner, we can expect a 5000mAh battery life to accommodate the model. A triple-configuration rear camera system and a selfie camera, maybe with a pixel count, remain unchanged. Maybe sport an OLED panel just like the previous models in the lineup and 8 GB of RAM.

As for the processor, the Exynos 1480 CPU will be powering up the Galaxy A55. First introduced to the mid-range market, the Exynos 1480 chipset is a GPU created in collaboration between Samsung and AMD. Under the surface of the Galaxy A55 lies an Xclipse 530 GPU, which is expected to deliver considerably greater performance than the Mali GPU found within the Galaxy A54, despite being based on the older AMD RDNA2 graphics architecture that drives the new Galaxy S22 series for 2022.

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