For Samsung, the next big event is the revelation of the Galaxy S24 series on January 17th. Along with the flagship series, it seems Samsung has other exciting plans. Presently, it is anticipated that upcoming flagships will support the same charging rates as their 2023 predecessors, which are 25W for the base variant and 45W for the Plus and Ultra variants. Just by 100 or 200 mAh, the batteries in the two smaller variants will be slightly bigger. A leak has started surfacing online stating that Samsung is developing two new chargers that will support quick charging.
A popular tipster Roland Quandt (@rquandt) on his X platform revealed a few details regarding the two chargers from Samsung that are under development.
- Samsung Charger Duo 50W wired will be the first. With its dual USB-C connections, this device is likely to have a 45W maximum when using one port and a 25W maximum when using both. This charger is assigned the model number EP-T5020.
- Another is an updated version of the EP-T4511. The charger should include a single USB-C connector, much like the earlier one, although it’s unclear exactly what the differences will be.
Because USB PD 3.1 is mainly focused on large power ranges up to 240W, the new model doesn’t offer much and isn’t necessary. We can expect these chargers to be launched alongside the Galaxy S24 series, but one thing is for sure: Samsung won’t include wall chargers in the retail packaging for the upcoming flagship phones. A few years ago, the business ceased matching phones with wall chargers in most areas due to regulatory and environmental concerns.
So most likely, the charges will be introduced individually, not as a package, and we can check out the online site of Samsung for more information about its arrival. The price range is also an important factor to be considered.
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