Samsung has officially unveiled its latest smartphone, the Galaxy M55, in Brazil, diverging from its typical M-series and A-series similarities. The Galaxy M55 introduces notable upgrades, including a larger display, a different chipset, and faster charging compared to its A-series counterpart, the Galaxy A55.

At the forefront, the Galaxy M55 boasts a spacious 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus display with FHD+ resolution and an impressive 120Hz refresh rate; This display offers up to 1,000 nits of peak brightness and integrates an optical under-display fingerprint scanner. The device also features a 50MP front-facing camera nestled within a punch-hole cutout.

In terms of its rear camera setup, the Galaxy M55 packs a powerful array, consisting of a 50MP main camera with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), accompanied by an 8MP ultrawide lens and a 2MP macro camera.

Under the hood, the Galaxy M55 is driven by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset, paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, expandable via a microSD card slot. The device runs on One UI 6.1, based on the latest Android 14 iteration, promising four Android updates and five years of security patches.

Powering the device is a substantial 5,000mAh battery, supporting Samsung’s 45W Super Fast Charging 2.0 technology. Samsung asserts that this fast charging capability can deliver a 70% charge in just 30 minutes.

Availability and Price

The Galaxy M55 is offered in Dark Blue and Light Green color variants, with the 256GB storage option priced at BRL 2,999 (approximately $600). Pre-orders for the device are already available in Brazil, with availability expected to expand to more countries soon.

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