Samsung took advantage of the arrival of July to confirm that the new generation Galaxy Note 10 will be presented to the world on August 7.
While the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus do not enter high-end cell phones in 2019, rumors about the next members of the flagship Note family continue to recur this semester, including substantial information about the essence of each.
This time, the information we received this morning did not directly highlight the details of the brand’s new phones, but rather a record coming from the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding the dedicated wireless charging system both to the Galaxy S10 and to the future Note 10 – identified by the codes SM-N975U and SM-N976V ( the latter responding as the Galaxy Note 10 Plus Verizon variant ).
The charger in question was registered with product code EP-N5200 and, according to the FCC remark, apparently supports high-speed wireless charging up to 15W.
That means a speed equivalent to what is already present in most of the cell phones that Samsung has brought to market in recent years.
And we do not only talk about the Galaxy S10 family, but also the S9 and Note 9 generation. All of them can achieve this speed with the same charging technology.
In this way, Samsung will continue betting on a conservative strategy with regard to the approach to charging their cell phones.
The South Korean house probably wants to avoid going too far to avoid the emergence of critical problems, supporting the already known and tested standards, which in the end is certainly safer.