If there is one area in which Samsung has lagged behind its Chinese competitors Huawei or Oppo, it is fast charging. The Korean manufacturer has so far been content with a simple recharge up to 25W for its top models. This was particularly the case on the Galaxy S10.
Nevertheless, things should change with the new Galaxy Note 10 range that will be unveiled on August 7th. Indeed, many hoped that Samsung finally goes to 45 Watts for fast charging. And they will be happy to learn that it will be the case, at least in part.
Indeed, we learned late last week that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ should be compatible with the 45W recharge. Nevertheless, the high-end model would only come with a 25W charger in the box. It should therefore buy a compatible charger to benefit from this ultra-fast recharge. A problem that should not be encountered with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 classic. Since it has no support for 45W. As spotted the leaker Ice Universe on Twitter.
Note10 does not support 45w, Note10+ supports 45w, but still provides a 25w charging head by default.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 17, 2019
“Galaxy Note10, with a 25w charging head, has been confirmed. Note10 does not support 45w, Note10+ supports 45w, but still provides a 25w charging head by default”.
Indeed, the Galaxy Note 10 has been certified by the CCC, the Chinese product regulator. It can be found on the card that the smartphone, under the code name “SM-9700”, is supplied with a compatible charger 5V / 3A (15W) and 9V / 2.77A (25W). Ice Universe nevertheless specifies that unlike the Galaxy Note 10+, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 should not be compatible with 55W charging, but only with the 25W fast charge.
We will know more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus during their presentation. This will take place on August 7th.