11 Reasons to Wait for the Galaxy Note 10 & 5 Reasons Not To
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Wait for Super Fast Charging

Wait for Super Fast Charging

Galaxy Note 10 rumors are hinting at super fast charging.

The Galaxy S10 5G supports fast 25W charging so the assumption has been that the Galaxy Note 10 would follow suit. 

That might be the case though rumors are pointing to even faster charging on board Samsung's upcoming flagship.

According to Ice Universe, there's a chance the Galaxy Note 10's charging capabilities are even faster than 25W. He notes that the charging speed is a significant upgrade, but that it won't be 100W

In a cryptic tweet, he says the Galaxy Note 10 will feature 45W charging capabilities, faster than the Galaxy S10 5G. This is unconfirmed, but this is what you can expect. 

Documentation and photos from SafetyKorea, discovered by Galaxy Club, depict what very well could be the Note 10's charger. 

In a new follow-up, Ice Universe claims that while the Galaxy Note 10+ does support 45w wired charging and 20w wireless wireless charging, the charger provided in the box will likely be a 25w charger. 

In other words, those looking to take advantage of the device's 45w fast charging capabilities will need to pickup a separate charger that Samsung will conveniently sell at an additional cost of €50. We don't know how much it will cost in the U.S.

Samsung is also reportedly working on a new fast charging stand alongside the Note 10. Known as the EP-N5200, it will supposedly replace the EP-N5100 that launched back in 2018 with the Galaxy S9.

6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. TechWasgood

    03/01/2019 at 10:25 am

    The biggest reason to wait for the Galaxy Note 10 is the hope that Samsung will finally come to its senses and start building phones with 16:9 screen aspect ratio displays again! What better candidate than the Galaxy Note 10 (a phone marketed to those seeking a mobile productivity/ entertainment/ communications device). Give the S10 a tall/narrow (19:9) display. The Note 10 needs a 16:9 or even a 16:10 display!

    • DML

      05/07/2019 at 2:03 pm

      Techwasgood is right should be 16:9, and that is why the Mega was the best phone Samsung ever produced.

  2. J.H.

    05/09/2019 at 11:41 pm

    I seriously doubt we will see 16:9 screen again and also think that people that want that ratio back are only a very small minority, with a 6.75 inch display it really shouldn’t matter anyway, try and compare 18.5:9, 6.75 inch to 16:9 5.7 Inch like the Note 4

  3. Ayuda Root

    06/08/2019 at 3:51 am

    Hello, I would like to know if the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smart phone has been announced, as well as the type of built-in processor chip, and whether it will have Android 9 Pie or another new version of the user interface and system.

    I would infinitely appreciate any other reliable information.

    Thank you very much and congratulations for the article.

  4. AmazeMeGadgets

    06/19/2019 at 10:49 pm

    Hi Admin,
    I just stumbled on your[Galaxy Note 10] this afternoon. Really Good stuff!
    I’m just reaching out because I recently published a [samsung Galaxy Note 10] that might be a good fit (http://amazemegadgets.com/samsung-galaxy-note-10-with-5g-support-to-luaunch-soon-in-india/)
    Either way, keep up the awesome work :).
    Cheers!
    [AmazeMeGadgets]

  5. Denis Lavigne

    06/24/2019 at 1:50 pm

    The 19:9 is largely enough to enjoy the display. I don’t think you need a 16:9 screen panel even if I understand why you would want that.

    This new Note10 delivers more battery capacity, a more advanced camera, a larger memory bandwidth. The performance in Geekbench indicates an improvement of 12% if you compare the Pro 5G model with the previous generation, i.e. the Note9:

    https://gadgetversus.com/smartphone/samsung-galaxy-note10-pro-5g-exynos-vs-samsung-galaxy-note9-exynos/

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