The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A55 will not feature an upgrade in charging speed compared to the Galaxy A54, as confirmed by the phone’s 3C certification. Despite the cancellation of the Galaxy A7x line, the Galaxy A5x series will continue with the release of the Galaxy A55 in 2023. The 3C certification has also revealed that the A55 will support 25W fast charging and will be sold without a charging brick in the box.
While specific details about the Galaxy A55’s battery capacity have not been disclosed, it is anticipated to come with a 5,000 mAh battery like its predecessor, the Galaxy A54. Additionally, the A55 is expected to feature the same megapixel counts for the primary rear camera and the front-facing camera. What sets the Galaxy A55 apart is its Exynos 1480 chipset, which will introduce an Xclipse 530 GPU developed in collaboration with AMD to the mid-range smartphone segment for the first time. Although official details about the features of the Xclipse 530 GPU have not been released, it is anticipated to offer improved performance compared to the Mali GPU in the Galaxy A54.
Although further information about the capabilities of the Xclipse 530 GPU and the specific features of the Exynos 1480 chipset are yet to be officially announced, more details are expected to be revealed as the launch of the Galaxy A55 approaches, providing consumers with a better understanding of the device’s capabilities.