The Galaxy S22 can forge an advantage from a critical disadvantage

The manufacturer can finally get to the point of real fast charging, fixing one of the weak points of their mobiles.


It’s not enough that in the age of 65, 100 and 120 watt adapters and half / quarter hour fast charging, the Galaxy S21 series is uncomfortably nestled with its modest 25 watt power ceiling, even the charger has been spared from the packaging. Due to the surprisingly restrained feeding rate, the S21 Ultra has to hang on the cable for almost two hours – if the official and / or compatible quick-charge adapter was purchased separately by the owner.

Great device with slow charging and no adapter: this is the weak point of the S21 Ultra [+]

Behind the conservative performance, perhaps, the Galaxy Note7’s horror floats, though it’s not specifically about the charge, but it’s definitely on fire because of the battery. However, for years, you can easily charge another phone at an exceptionally high wattage, but it hasn’t happened to gali, and for now, it doesn’t seem to drastically reduce the life cycle of batteries powered by a lightning charger. So Samsung could see the time to move forward, the TechRadar from a Chinese source he heard at least that the brand was 25, 45 and 65 watts above tests with charging power a Galaxy S22 series.

The S20 Ultra protects the LED case
The S20 Ultra already supported 45-watt charging, the S21 Ultra no longer [+]

The keyword is above, so your phone and compatible adapter may not agree with these values. Obviously, the development is still at an early stage, but such decisions are made in terms of design, shading, and so on. must be brought in time from the side. The interesting thing about the thing, by the way, is that the Galaxy S20 Ultra supported the brand’s 45-watt adapter (but it also had to be purchased separately), yet its successor went back to 25. Maybe 2022 will be the year when Samsung also comes up with its own lightning charge, or full support for one of the existing standards. A side thread, but in the meantime, they’ve also been used for wireless fast charging, the Xiaomi, for example, runs at 67 watts, so it might be worth it.

Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by

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