With the support page for the Samsung Galaxy A72 4G going live yesterday and today's FCC listing surfacing, it's obvious that we are very close to the official debut of the phone. The certification itself also reveals an interesting detail - the charger that comes inside the retail box.
According to one of the FCC documents, the phone with model number SM-A725M comes with a travel charger rated at up to 25W, which is Samsung's standard fast charger for a lot of its devices since the Galaxy Note10-series came around.
Its BS, if im not wrong Samsung midrangers sell more than their flagships. The charger cutting from flaships was purely to increase margins and sell chargers separately.
Where did you get this information from?
No need to advertise the charging speeds because you wont get any charger.