Samsung Galaxy Note10 will come with 25W fast charging, Note10+ goes up to 45W
As we get closer to Samsung’s August 7 Galaxy Unpacked event the trickle of leaks turns into a stream and we get more and more details about the Note10 lineup. The latest bits come courtesy of China’s 3C certification agency which approved a 25W fast charger bearing the EP-TA800 model number for the Galaxy Note10.
In addition, noted tipster IceUniverse revealed that the Galaxy Note10+ will come with support for 45W fast charging but the bundled charger will only support 25W speeds. We’ve seen previous hints that the larger Note will support 45W charging so it seems plausible that this will turn out true.
Galaxy Note10, with a 25w charging head, has been confirmed. pic.twitter.com/9GdJ9fE8MR— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 17, 2019
The Note10 series will also usher in faster wireless charging with speeds up to 20W. Earlier this month a different report claimed that the new Note line will release alongside the EP-N5200 wireless cradle.
The Note10 is rumored to come with a 4,170mAh battery while the larger Note10+ is expected to pack a 4,500 mAh cell.
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