The release of Galaxy Note10 is still some miles away from us, even though a new rumor is reaching the shores. The news comes from two different sources, that can be considered reliable. According to these reports, the upcoming Galaxy Note10 will feature a faster charging system that will be faster than the standard 25W.
Currently, only the Galaxy S10 5G and the Galaxy A70 boast Samsung’s new 25W fast charging technology, and apparently, the South-Korean firm is ready to up its game with the release of its second flagship series this year. According to the known tipster, IceUniverse, from the next Galaxy Note battery capacity and charging speed will be no longer Samsung’s weakness.
“Note10 charging is not 25w” ≠ “less than 25w”, perhaps starting from Note10, battery capacity and charging speed will no longer be Samsung's weaknesses, or even advantages.
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Samsung flagships usually come with the best of technology that is available for a flagship, however, with the advent of ultra fast-charging technologies from Chinese companies, Samsung has been lagging in this segment. But this will finally change with the next king of Phablets. A recent rumor claims that the Note10 Pro will have a 4,500mAh battery, and if this is true, the combination with a 50W charging could make it almost a perfect flagship.
The next Samsung Galaxy Note series is expected for a launch in late August or early September. The handset will introduce some new technologies as well as the next version of S-Pen, but usually, it shares similar internals with the Galaxy S-series.