Galaxy S22 and S22+ get closer to launch

The Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ made their appearance in the FCC records, an agency equivalent to Anatel in the United States. According to MySmartPrice this (10), Samsung cell phones were certified by the regulatory body with support for 5G and 4,500 mAh battery in the Plus variant. The new generation will be released in 2022.

In all, two cell phones appeared in the agency’s documentation. The first of them is the Galaxy S22, identified by the model SM-S901U. The certification indicates that the smartphone has Wi-Fi 802.11 a/n/ac/ax, but it does not inform the Bluetooth version. The phone even supports 5G, NFC and wireless charging system.

The second smartphone is recognized by the SM-S906U model, a code that can be assigned to the Galaxy S22+. The documentation also gives clues about the EB-BS906ABY battery that will be present inside the phone, whose nominal capacity is 4,370 mAh and typical is 4,500 mAh. The recharge would be 45 watts.

The specification, however, is inferior to the component found in the Samsung Galaxy S21+. Launched globally in January and in Brazil in February 2021, the smartphone has a 4,800 mAh battery and comes without a charger in the box. Therefore, if the rumors are confirmed, there may be a small reduction in the part’s capacity.

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