If today's report is trusted, the Galaxy Note 10 will beat all other competitors on wireless fast charging technology.
Not long ago, it appeared that Samsung will announce a new wireless charger for the Galaxy Note 10 product line, which was previously approved by the FCC with the code name EP-N5200.
It is known that the FCC approves this new wireless charger with a 15W output power. However, according to the latest post from leaker Twitter's famous Roland Quandt account, the Galaxy Note 10+ wireless charger will have a capacity of up to 20W. The reason for this difference may stem from the FCC raising the limit for wireless charging tests from 5W to 15W last spring. Therefore, when approved by the agency, the Samsung wireless charger can only display a maximum of 15W, while its actual capacity is up to 20W.
And yet, Samsung's upcoming flagship is also capable of wireless charging up to 20W for other devices.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (+) Wireless Chargng Stand EP-N5200 puts out 20W max. At least that's what I am seeing somewhere. PS: I know the FCC said 15W max.
– Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 7, 2019
Overall, this is a remarkable improvement of the Galaxy Note 10 with the previous generation, which helps Samsung to compete better with other competitors in the same segment as well as giving users a better experience.
Expected, Galaxy Note 10 duo and Note 10+ will be released on August 7 next.
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