The new Galaxy Note 10 will support 45W fast charging, 3 times faster than the current Galaxy S10 duo.
Samsung seems to save 100W super fast charging technology that it just introduced earlier this week on super products in 2020 such as Galaxy S11 or Galaxy Note 11. Instead, this year's Galaxy Note 10 will be Equipped with 45W fast charging technology, 3 times faster than the 15W charger available on Galaxy S10 trio.
In particular, recently, a leak expert named Ice Universe has posted a pretty "scribbled" image on Twitter. This image shows the genius Leonardo da Vinci, next to the lightning icon and a binary code "101101".
Of course, for those who are technology fans, it is easy to guess right away what the picture contains. With genius Leonardo da Vinci, as we know, "da vinci" is the internal code name used by Samsung to refer to the Galaxy Note 10 duo and Note 10 Pro. As for the binary code "101101", translated as "45" with the thunder icon next to it, it is easy to guess: Galaxy Note 10 will support fast charging 45W.
If the above information is authentic, then the Galaxy Note 10 will have a charging speed three times faster than the standard 15W charger available on the current Galaxy S10 trio, even faster than the 40W fast charging technology available on Huawei. P30 Pro and Mate 20 Pro.
In terms of battery capacity, rumors have suggested that the Galaxy Note 10 Pro version will have a larger battery capacity of 4500mAh, while the regular version will have only 3400mAh battery capacity. However with the 45W fast charging technology available on the Galaxy Note 10, perhaps the battery capacity is not a problem for users.
As planned, Samsung will officially launch the next generation of Galaxy Note 10 at Unpack event in August.
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