Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Tipped to Launch with 45W Fast Charging; But Might Get Rid of Headphone Jack

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Samsung has been working on Galaxy Note 9 successor from quite a while and it’s rumored to be launch in August of this year. Galaxy Note 10 will launch with some new innovations that everyone will love to see. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was launched with 15W fast charging while Samsung launched Galaxy S10 series with 25W fast charging technology. But with Note 10 Samsung will introduce 45W fast charging technology.

A well-known tipster, Ice Universe who has a solid record of Samsung leaks posted a Da Vinci photo with a binary code – 101101. Well, If you don’t know yet then “Da Vinci” is the codename of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the decoding the binary number gives the 45 number.

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Earlier, Samsung introduced two new USB-PD Controllers to increase the fast charging speed of their Samsung devices. The new controllers support up to 100W fast charging technology.

In addition, Samsung might get rid of a headphone jack and physical buttons. The company wants its users to use their newly launched Galaxy Buds more and more.

If you haven’t forgotten, Xiaomi also introduced its 100W fast charging technology that charged the device from 0% to 100% just in 17 minutes. We don’t know yet how secure it is and when can we expect it to launch a smartphone in the market with 100W charging technology.

Let us know in comments below what do you think about the fast charging technology. Is 100W fast charging really necessary at this moment?

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