We’re precisely three weeks away from the Galaxy Note 10 launch. However, the Samsung event will not ship any huge surprises when it comes to the corporate’s latest smartphone. We all know everything about the Note 10 thanks to a flurry of leaks and renders. The design was just lately confirmed in FCC documentation that exposed other particulars about the phone, and the specs leaked greater than as soon as, camera details included. If there’s one thing that left us puzzled although, it’s the battery, we’ve seen conflicting studies about the kind of fast-charging tech Samsung will use on the Note 10, however, now it appears like we lastly have a definite reply for you. Sure, the Note 10 could have faster battery charging than any previous Samsung flagship… so long as you’re willing to pay extra for it.
A Samsung insider mentioned the Note 10 phones would support 45W charging just a few weeks ago. However, others claimed that 25W could be the max for the phone. Since then, the leaker updated his claims more than once to say that the more prominent Note, the Note 10+, will support 45W wired and 20W battery charging.
Meanwhile, a blog called Nashville Chatter Class discovered proof in regulatory filings for the US and China that the smaller Galaxy Note 10 model will feature a 3,400 mAh battery that may support 25W charging speeds. If that sounds familiar, that’s because we have already got a flagship Samsung phone that supports 25W charging, the Galaxy S10 5G.
This brings us to Galaxy Club’s discovery, a product listing for a Samsung EP-TA845 phone charger that supports 45W. The charger prices €50.90 in Italy. The worth probably won’t top $50 in America when this product launches, though.
There’s no indication that the charger will work with the Galaxy Note 10, however logic dictates that would be the case. The charger might also work on some new mid-range Samsung phones that might support the same charging speed.