Samsung’s most recent smartphones aren’t exactly the best when it comes to charging speeds. For example, the OnePlus 9 series offers a charging power of 65 watts, in addition, the Xiaomi 11T Pro supports up to 120W fast charging. It now looks like the upcoming Galaxy S22 line will be able to charge faster than its predecessor.
The German WinFuture has spotted some new chargers, which are expected to be available in the coming weeks. For example, the EP-T4510 offers a charging capacity of 45 watts via a single USB type-c port. According to rumors the S22 will offer this charging power, an increase of 20 watts over the S22 (25 W). It is expected at the beginning of December and would cost about three bucks.
Next up is the EP-T6530, which has a charging power of up to 65 watts. The top type-c port supports this full speed, the second type-c connector has to make do with 25 W. Finally, there is a type-a port, which supports 15 W charging. When used simultaneously, the three ports provide 35, 25, and 5 watts of power, respectively. The Trio charger is expected in the middle of next month, with a suggested retail price of 60 euros.
Since different combinations are possible in terms of charging, WinFuture has put them in a handy summary:
- USB-C1 + USB-C2 = 40 W + 25 W
- USB-C1 + USB-A = 50 W + 15 W
- USB-C2 + USB-A = 25 W + 15 W
- USB-C1 + USB-C2 + USB-A = 35 W + 25 W + 5 W
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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