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Google confirmed that Galaxy M55 has a Snapdragon chip

Samsung may soon release the Galaxy F55 and Galaxy M55, which are less expensive variants of the Galaxy A55. Both smartphones may arrive in India with a potent Snapdragon CPU rather than the Exynos 1480 found in the Galaxy A55.

Google Play Console listing confirms the CPU of the Galaxy M55

Google has officially announced (via 91Mobiles) that the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 CPU will be included in the Galaxy M55. The Google Play Console database has a listing for the phone. The SM-M556B and the SM-C5560, as seen in the image below, seem to be the same phone, and they may be released in China under the Galaxy C55 moniker.

The Google Play Console database indicates that the Galaxy M55 will ship with Android 14 and 8GB of RAM. It also seems to have a full HD+ resolution screen. The Galaxy M55 boasts a triple camera arrangement on its back, according to earlier sources, but its exact specs are unknown. The Galaxy M54 made its debut with a 108 MP camera last year.

The Galaxy M55’s 5,000mAh battery and 45W rapid charging have also been made public. The phone might include an on-display fingerprint reader, a primary camera with OIS, and 4K video recording, in addition to a 120Hz refresh rate Super AMOLED Infinity-O screen.

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