The first CAD renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Pro flagship smartphone surfaced online last week. A new rumor has now surfaced online, which claims the phablet will not support faster charging speeds than the Galaxy S10 5G or Galaxy A70.
According to XDA TV host and writer Max Weinbach, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will only feature 25W fast charging support. Some previous rumors, however, had suggested the phablet may offer up to 45W fast charging. Surprisingly, Weinbach suggests the first Galaxy smartphone to get 45W fast charging support will actually be the Galaxy A90.
According to my source, the Note 10 Pro will only have 25w charging, not the 45w previously leaked. The A90 is getting the 45w charging previously written about.
— Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) June 8, 2019
Samsung Galaxy A90 had made an appearance on the Geekbench database earlier this month, which suggested the smartphone will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 chipset. However, it is more likely that the smartphone will feature the same Snapdragon 730 chipset as the Galaxy A80. Not much else is known regarding the hardware specifications of the premium mid-ranger. Nor do we know exactly when the smartphone will be officially introduced.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 are expected to make their global debut on August 10. The company had launched the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 last year, so it certainly sounds plausible that the Note 10 series will be launched on August 10. Both the models are likely to go on sale in most markets before the end of August.