Samsung Galaxy M55 Review: Should You Buy in 10 Points

Robin John

Samsung’s design approach is very easy to understand now. They do not want any differentiating factor between their devices, so even the Galaxy M55 has some resemblance to the Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus. 


The Galaxy M55 sports a flat Super AMOLED+ display that refreshes at 120Hz. Samsung never compromises on display quality, and this is evident here. 


The phone performs well for daily use, whether switching between multiple apps for work or doom-scrolling through Instagram Reels or YouTube Shorts.


The Galaxy M55 runs on OneUI 6.1 based on Android 14. The phone has a fair share of bloatware apps, which can be uninstalled. Otherwise, the software experience is similar to that of Samsung’s flagship devices. 


The 50-megapixel primary camera captures images with good detail and typical Samsung signature colours.


The Galaxy M55 has a 5,000mAh battery inside, which is highly reliable and easily lasts an entire day’s usage. 


At a starting price of Rs 26,999, the Galaxy M55 may not be the perfect device, but it gets many of the basics right. This is why I believe the M55 can still be a good choice for parents or people buying their first-ever device.


- Fast and vibrant display - Good daylight camera performance - Reliable battery life - Good UI experience - Long software support

What is Good?

- Low-light camera performance could've been better - Average stereo speaker - No IP rating - Bloatware - No charger in the box

What is Bad?

- POCO X6 Pro - OnePlus Nord CE4