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Previously debunked feature now said to be coming with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10. (Source: Business Today)
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10. (Source: Business Today)
Samsung will release the Note 10 and Note 10+ next month. As the date draws closers, leaks reveal more differences between the devices, and the latest is on the kind of fast-charge the devices will feature. The Note 10+ will feature Samsung's new uber-fast charging technology, while the regular Note 10 will make do with the same fast-charge seen on the Galaxy A70.

A few months ago, when leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note were still in their infancy, reports claimed that the device would feature Samsung's new 45 W fast charge. Shortly after, that rumor was debunked, with sources claiming that the Note 10 would have to make do with the company's 25 W that has been seen on phones like the Galaxy A70, instead choosing to reserve the 45 W fast-charge for the Galaxy A90.

Popular Samsung leaker, Ice Universe, has, however, resurfaced with information stating otherwise. The leaker has confirmed that the Note 10+ will, in fact, ship with the aforementioned 45 fast-charge. It will also support 20 W wireless charging, much like Xiaomi's Mi 9

Considering the fact that the tweet specifies the Note 10+, it's likely that the base Note 10 actually comes saddled with 25 W fast-charge, as initial reports claim. That would make sense, too, since the Note 10+ is expected to feature a big 4500 mAh battery, while the Note 10 will likely make do with a smaller battery. Perhaps a 4000 mAh one? 

While the Note 10+ will support 45 W fast-charge, it will reportedly only ship with a 25 W charging brick. That's rather shameful considering the prices that have been touted for the device.

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Ricci Rox, 2019-07-14 (Update: 2019-07-14)
Ricci Rox
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I'm a freelance copywriter who lives and dies for tech. Android, ​especially. The smartphone market is one going through an impressive growth spurt, so I crawl the Internet with keen interest in a technological ecosystem that doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.