Galaxy Note 10+ Supports 45W Charging, But Its Charger May Not

As consumers demand more autonomy from smartphones and batteries increase in size, the chargers supplied with smartphones are increasingly important. However, if the latest information is about to happen, sending the charger with Galaxy Note 10+ could be rather disappointing.

Charger Can Only Support 25W Of Charge

Galaxy Note 10+ 45W charging

The Galaxy Note 10+ will be compatible with Samsung’s new 45 W fast charge technology from the start. This should help the smartphone compete more directly with the Huawei P30 Pro, a device that supports the latter’s SuperCharge alternative to 40W, and ultimately reduces loading times by a significant margin. Undoubtedly, Samsung fans, existing customers and anyone who wants to buy the flagship of the next generation will encounter improved technology. However, according to Tipster Ice Universe, not everyone can benefit from it.

Samsung will apparently not include a 45-watt charger inside the box and instead plans to group it in a 25-watt brick. The new strategy should still represent an improvement over the Galaxy S10 but, without a doubt, you will be disappointed by those who expect to benefit from the speeds of maximum load.

Additionally, Ice Universe states that the Galaxy Note 10+ will also support 20W wireless charging. However, like the 45W brick, compatible wireless chargers will not be included in the package and should be purchased instead.

As for the standard Galaxy Note 10, there is no specific information at this time, which suggests that Samsung will include support for 45-watt fast charging. Instead, it seems more likely that the company adopts a strategy similar to that of Huawei, so it reserves the best charging technology for its most exclusive device.

The movement means that the Galaxy Note 10 will probably support a maximum charging speed of 25W. Although not as high as 45W, the advantage is that buyers will not have to purchase a separate charger to access shorter loading times. Furthermore, as mentioned above, the change still represents a decent improvement compared to the Galaxy S10’s 15 W charging technology.

Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ battery features

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

There is a lot of conflicting information on the battery right now, but the latest reports suggest that the Galaxy Note 10+ will be shipped with a 4.170 mAh battery inside. The capacity is not as high as the 4.500 mAh cell that was previously said, but it represents a fair increase of 170 mAh compared to the 4,000 mAh battery included in last year’s Galaxy Note 9.

The battery capacity of the standard Galaxy Note 10 remains an even greater mystery. Previous reports have mentioned the size of 4,300 mAh and 4,170 mAh, but the most credible information indicates a 3,400 mAh battery inside the compact flagship. However, keep in mind that this is still far from being confirmed.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 And 10+ Release Date And Prices

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ will make their international debut on August 7th at the upcoming Unpacked event in New York City. Smartphones will be announced in full that day and will have to join the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and the high-end Galaxy Tab S6.

Pre-orders for these two smartphones will probably begin immediately after the event and should be followed by shipments a couple of weeks later. The exact retail price points have not yet been confirmed, but recent losses have mentioned a price of € 999 for the standard model in Europe and € 1149 for the larger variant.

The price for the US has not yet been revealed, but it is possible that the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ are sold for $ 999 and $ 1149 respectively.


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