According to a report, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will come with 25W fast charging support in China. The charging specification for the upcoming non-foldable flagship Samsung smartphone comes courtesy of a 3C listing. The 3C certification only suggests charging specifications for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra in China. Previous reports have suggested that the vanilla Galaxy S22 could pack a 3,590mAh battery, while the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra could pack 4,500mAh and 5,000mAh battery capacities respectively.
The 3C listing spotted by MyFixGuide mentions fast charging support for three Samsung smartphones. The smartphones are only listed with their model numbers – SM-S9010, SM-S9060 and SM-S9080. These model numbers are reportedly for the vanilla Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra. The 3C listing mentions 25W fast charging support for three Samsung smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is said to come with Samsung EP-TA800 25W charger.
As the 3C listing is only for the China-specific model, it is speculated that the global model of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra could support 65W fast charging. A previous 3C certification listing suggested that the Galaxy S22+ will pack a 4,500mAh battery while the Galaxy S22 Ultra will pack a 5,000mAh battery. A tipster Venkatesh Babu has hinted that the vanilla Galaxy S22 will pack a 3,590mAh battery.
Previous reports indicate the launch of the Galaxy S22 series in February 2022. The upcoming non-foldable flagship from the South Korean tech giant is said to be launched through the Galaxy Unpacked event. These will reportedly be unveiled before the start of Mobile World Congress on February 28.
Another report suggests that the Galaxy S22 Ultra could come with S Pen integration and a curved display like the Galaxy Note. Notable tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks) shared some official looking renders of the upcoming flagship smartphone. The renders show flat top and bottom areas with curved sides. An S Pen is shown at the bottom of the smartphone next to a USB Type-C port and speaker grille.