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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Pro will charge 3 times faster than Galaxy S10?


The Galaxy Note 10 will not support the 100W charging technology that Samsung launched earlier this week but according to a reputable source it will be equipped with significantly faster charging speeds than the Galaxy S10. Even if this information is correct, the Galaxy Note 10 will have faster charging speed than the 40W SuperCharge technology on Huawei's P30 Pro.

Following a recent puzzling post, leaker of the prestigious Ice Universe has posted a portrait photo, inventor Leonardo Da Vinci, who is famous for works like Mona Lisa and Vitruvian Man. However, the most noticeable point is that on the photo, below the da Vinci's strawberry there is also the "101101" sequence and the right side shows a lightning bolt that extends from top to bottom.

As you know, Samsung uses "Da Vinci" as the internal codename of Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Pro. Meanwhile, "101101" is a binary code of 45. Therefore, when combining this information with lightning, Ice Universe might want to reveal that Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Pro will be equipped. 45W fast charging technology.

Currently Samsung Galaxy S10 is supporting 15W fast charging so 45W fast charging will be a huge improvement if it appears in Note 10. Even with 45W capacity, charging technology can appear on Note 10 This is also a bit faster than the 40W charger that Huawei is equipping with the P30 series and the Mate 20 line.

According to leaked information, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have a 4,500mAh battery, 500mAh larger than the Note 9 last year. To achieve this, Note 10 Pro puts a 2-column camera cluster along the back of the back left corner like Huawei P30 Pro instead of the camera cluster as horizontal as previous generations. Meanwhile, the Note 10 has only 3,400mAh battery. There is also information that the Note 10 line will not have a headphone jack and all physical buttons will be removed.


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