Some Galaxy Note 10 Pro rumors were false after all
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is one of the most anticipated devices for the year. As a result, it's gotten a lot of media attention, which in turn leads to a number of false rumors. We've already seen semi-official renders of the Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, so there's not much else we need to know about its design. Some other features are still to be confirmed, though.
A few weeks ago, a number of reports claimed that the Note 10 phones would feature Samsung's new 45 W fast charging technology. Apparently, those reports were off the mark, as the flagship will not have that feature. A 45 W fast charge would be among the best in the industry, so it's a bit surprising that Samsung will not be using it on its most expensive device of the year.
That's not to say that the technology doesn't exist; it does. It just won't be on the Note 10 phones. Instead, it will debut on the Galaxy A90. The Note 10 phones will have to make do with the 25 W fast charge that we saw on phones like the Galaxy A70 and A80. Samsung usually uses the Galaxy A series as a test bed for its new technologies, so this will only be a continuation of that trend.