Samsung smartphones may soon be able to charge much faster than they do now. The South Korean manufacturer is reportedly working on a real 65 Watt adapter for future phones.
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Samsung’s 65 Watt charger leaked
When it comes to fast charging, Samsung phones are not among the absolute top, but that may soon change. The website MySmartPrice has found information about a 65 Watt adapter that Samsung would have made. That would be a significant advance for the company, which charges the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra, for example, with a maximum of 25 watts.
While this is certainly not slow, there are several manufacturers that have much better fast charging technology. The OnePlus 8T, for example, also supports charging with 65 Watts and goes from 0 to 100 percent within 40 minutes. The Realme 7 Pro, a Chinese-made device, can also charge quickly.
However, it is unclear when we will first see the 65 Watt charger on Samsung devices, and which smartphone (s) this will happen. The company may wait until the launch of the new Galaxy Note phones later this year, although there are rumors that Samsung will stop this series. That is why it may also be that a high-end Fold device gets the scoop.
No charger on Galaxy S21
Furthermore, the question is whether Samsung will soon supply the swift 65 Watt adapter, or whether you should purchase it separately. The Galaxy S21 phones no longer include a charger in the box. You only get a USB-C cable and if you don’t have a suitable plug at home (for example from your previous smartphone), then you still have to pull the wallet.
Do you want to know more about the Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra? The smartphones have recently become available in the Netherlands and are slightly cheaper than their predecessors. We have written extensive reviews of the S21 and S21 Ultra. Check them out via the links below.