Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leak reveals Samsung's big charging upgrade
By Linky Johnson 2019-05-09 294 0
Samsung is under enormous pressure with its Galaxy smartphones because of the strong competition from China. Huawei and Xiaomi are catching up with giant strides in global mobile phone sales. Apple has just been replaced by Huawei in the top ranking of the world's largest smartphone manufacturers by the Huawei Group in second place.
Does Samsung ignite the turbo with the Galaxy Note 10?
With the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung wants to hit the bull's eye with its customers again. According to the market analysts' reports, the current top mobile phone series Galaxy S10 is doing quite well in terms of sales figures, the Note 10 is supposed to stand out from the competition from China as an S-Pen flagship with numerous new features and variants.
So far, Samsung has lagged far behind manufacturers such as Huawei, Oppo and Xiaomi in terms of the loading speed of its smartphones. Xiaomi is already working at full speed on its 100 Watt Super Charge Turbo, Oppo is recharging compatible mobile phones with up to 50 Watt thanks to SuperVooc Flash Charge. Forbes reports that Samsung could give the Galaxy Note 10 a 50-watt charge.
Forbes bases its assumptions on the one hand on the industry insider @UniverseIce, according to which Samsung will actually provide the grade 10 with a charger with an output of more than 25 watts, and on its own information, which should come from an unspecified source. According to the source, there will be a "pleasant surprise" regarding the fast charging technology used for the Galaxy Note 10. We are curious!
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