After the cooling down period of Galaxy Fold fiasco, we have finally started receiving all the juicy leaks and rumors regarding the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 flagship smartphone. While we already expect the device to come in two 4G and two 5G variants this fall but a new report suggests the biggest surprise for the Samsung phablet lovers, a 45W fast charging support.
Many previous rumors suggested that the smartphone may come with 25W charging but a new tweet from renowned tipster Ice Universe shows the image of Leonardo Da Vinci with a cryptic 101101 binary code accompanied by a lightning bolt. The binary code is precisely 45 in decimal number and bolt could be a nod to fast charging and thus the possible conclusion is 45W fast charging in Galaxy Note 10.
The same leakster has previously mentioned that the fast charging in the new Note device would be higher than 25W which has been confirmed by another source as well which claimed that the fast charging would be higher and not lower than 25W.
Last year’s Galaxy Note 9 came with 4000mAh battery with 15W fast charging and if the new report is true, this year the Galaxy Note 10 will be taking its battery game to a new level.
The standard Galaxy Note 10 is expected to come with 3400mAh battery while the Pro version might feature 4500mAh battery. The bursting batteries in Galaxy Note 7 took away some of the confidence from Samsung and it has since then has been playing safe in this department.
With 45W fast charging, the company is seemingly open to take on higher risks for a bigger reward especially since its main competitor Huawei is distracted and is out to deal with the US ban.
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