We hate to be the bearers of bad news but according to the latest report coming from a trustworthy source, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note10 Pro will have a 25W fast charging, and not 45W as previously report.
The Galaxy Note10 Pro name has been thrown quite a lot lately and we expect it to come with some additional features over the standard version and rumors so far suggest that faster charging is one of them. Yet this new insider contradicts the earlier sources and says that the phone will settle for Samsung's 25W charger.
According to my source, the Note 10 Pro will only have 25w charging, not the 45w previously leaked. The A90 is getting the 45w charging previously written about.— Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) June 8, 2019
He then adds that the 45W charging tech will find its way to the Galaxy A90 instead. This appears to be in line with Samsung's strategy of reserving some new features for its mid-range Galaxy A-series first. And although 25W charging won't be the fastest one around, it's still a big step over the Galaxy Note9's archaic 15W charging tech.
Which especially pisses me off because Samsung used to be the forerunner in innovation. The worst part is that I know that they have cool tech but that they will test it on the A devices first, leaving the flagships with no differentiating factor wha...
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