Samsung will be releasing a new fast charging power brick as an extra purchase for the Galaxy S22 Ultra

Samsung will be releasing a new fast charging power brick as an extra purchase for the Galaxy S22 Ultra

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  • However, there are now rumors that Samsung is ready to return to 45W in the Galaxy S22 Ultra, perhaps in keeping with its alleged upgrade to Note-equivalent status. Now, Roland Quandt asserts that this is the case, as Samsung is working on a new power brick with a novel model number (EP-T4510) to match this spec. The accessory shown in an alleged shot of its official retail packaging suggests it looks much the same as any Samsung smartphone USB type-C charger. However, this “45W PD Power Adapter” is depicted as having “compact” as a selling point.

  • On introduction, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is expected to upgrade to its OEM’s maximum mobile charging rate. A well-known leaker now claims to have discovered proof of this in the form of marketing material for a new power brick that supports this power standard. This attachment, on the other hand, will very probably not be included in the box with one of these new flagships. In an Android world where phones charge at 50, 67, or even 120 watts (W), Samsung appears to be fine with 45W as the quickest standard for its smartphones, including the Galaxy Note series. In fact, it has recently limited the Galaxy S series of phones to a maximum of 25W.

The supposedly 5A-capable brick will be sold with a 1.8m type-C to C cable. Quandt did not mention its price, although it seems it will be sold separately rather than included in an S22 Ultra box. In that case, it may start at the same ~US$50 price-point as the last Samsung power brick. The Galaxy S22 series will offer excellent AMOLED panels. (Source: LetsGoDigital) Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and S22+ to debut with some of the brightest AMOLEDs 01/06/2022

The Galaxy S22 series is tipped to arrive next month. (Image source: LetsGoDigital)
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