The days follow and the revelations about the future Samsung Galaxy S10 do the same. It seems that Samsung's next high-end smartphone is equipped with a brand new charging system, faster than previous models.
The Samsung Galaxy S9
Over the years, Samsung has finally lagged behind in some areas. This is the case of low-light photography, as we have seen recently, but also of the charging system. Since the Galaxy S6, Samsung uses indeed a fast charging system 15 Watts. If this power was sufficient in 2015, it is now far exceeded in 2018, and Samsung seems to be aware.
According to the Ice Universe leaker, the Korean manufacturer is currently working on a new fast charging system that should be integrated on the future Samsung Galaxy S10 and its different versions. "The 15W charging of Samsung smartphones will be a thing of the past," he says.
Samsung smartphone 15w charging will become history.
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 21, 2018
The leaker however does not specify which power will be recharged the next Samsung Galaxy S10. In any case, it will be necessary for the manufacturer to hit hard to score. Today, for example, Oppo's 50W Super VOOC charging lets you charge a smartphone from 0 to 100% in 30 minutes, while the Huawei Mate 20 Pro can go from 0 to 100% in less than an hour. SuperCharge 2.0.
It should be noted that Oppo announced on December 6 that it was going to offer its VOOC charging system to other manufacturers, to sell them this technology, without announcing the names of the six manufacturers to whom it had granted a license to use . It is therefore possible that Samsung will eventually use the same technology, unless the Korean has decided to develop a competing system internally. According to the leaker MMDJ_, the manufacturer is indeed ready to integrate graphene in its batteries for its next Galaxy S10.
That is why S10 / 10 + will have a FASTER CHARGE SPEED. https://t.co/HjcayLECAG
– 萌萌 的 电教 (@MMDDJ_) December 22, 2018
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