Samsung’s next top note, the Galaxy Note 10, has staged several rumors and leaks in recent weeks, warming the hype around the device, but a new leak involving the laptop arrived as a veritable “bucket of cold water” compared to one of its resources.
We are talking about the rapid recharge that, according to previous leaks, would support up to 45 watts of power; it seems that the turbine model of the phablet (the Pro version) should only support “only” up to 25 watts, almost half the expected power.
The information comes through one of the members of XDA Developers, Max Weinbach, who published it in a tweet:
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 (@MaxWinebach) June 8, 2019
The model that will reach the market with support for fast charging of 45 watts will be the Galaxy A90, a next-premium intermediary for the Galaxy A-line.
Still according to leaks, the A90 – which has already leaked benchmarks – will feature a 6.7-inch panel and Snapdragon 855 or 700 series processor.
In any case, even if it comes out with 25 watts for fast charging, Note 10 (which can be announced on August 10 ) will still offer more than twice as much as we currently find on the Galaxy S10, which means that compared to its predecessor, it will remain less time in the making.