Samsung Note 10 Will Support Ultra-Fast Charging Feature

Samsung Note 10 Will Support Ultra-Fast Charging Feature

As we get nearer to Samsung’s August 7th event for the Galaxy Note 10 and bigger Note 10 Plus, more details and photographs of the devices continue to make their method out. The latest improvement is photographs and specs for the bigger Plus model, posted by WinFuture. These broadly line up with what’s been reported previously: the Note 10 Plus will feature a 6.8-inch display however in a kind factor much like that of today’s Galaxy Note 9. Samsung’s progress with shrinking bezels and a more efficient design have allowed for an even bigger screen that hopefully won’t be an unbearable strain on your hands.

One difference between the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus is that only the latter will include a microSD slot, in keeping with WinFuture’s report. Neither will feature a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Samsung is also planning to make some leaps in charging speed, enabling the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus to charge at up to 45 watts when plugged in and at 20 watts when positioned on the corporate’s upcoming wireless charger. The Note 10 Plus will have a 4,300mAh battery. There is some debate about whether that wireless charging will top off at 20W or 25W. @OnLeaks says Samsung’s PowerShare feature, which lets you wirelessly charge another gadget with Samsung’s latest phones, will now have the ability to put out 15W, making it much more helpful for juicing up headphones and even other phones on the go.

Some pictures that purportedly present the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus side by side have been additionally tweeted today if you’re in search of some sense of scale. However, one odd factor about those pictures is the front, which appears to show a wider cutout for the selfie camera on the Note 10 Plus. We have not seen any other rumors indicating that this is the case, and I feel the consensus is that Samsung made the S10 Plus’ cutout bigger than it wanted to be since the secondary camera didn’t do much.

Richard Addington

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