Last month, we heard that Galaxy Note10 will come with faster than 25W charging. Now, according to the latest report, this upcoming flagship will feature 45W fast charging instead. Last year, Samsung Galaxy Note9 launched with 15W fast charging support and fueled by 4,000 mAh battery. However, the Galaxy Note10 likely to arrive with an even faster-charging tech in August this year.
Samsung Galaxy Note10 to Come with 45W Fast Charging
It was first reported by a reliable leakster Ice universe and shared a picture including a lightning bolt and the binary 101101, that translates to the number ’45’ in decimal.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 1, 2019
Previously, the Ice Universe also reported that the camera will be located on the upper left corner of the device. Before that, it was rumored the camera will be placed in vertical orientation unlike S10. The rear camera configuration is also giving proof that selfie hole punch camera cannot be placed in the right corner because of less space. Similar to S10, the fingerprint sensor will be located under the screen.
The analyst Max Weinbach has given a statement:
“I think the Note 10 Pro is going to look MUCH worse than people think with current concept designs. Like much much worse.”
To check how the fast charging system will work efficiently in this upcoming flagship, we all have to wait for the launch.
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