Something super is coming to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10
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It seems Samsung fans have just been treated to another subtle leak about the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphones. Ice universe recently tweeted the comment “the 25w high probability is the wrong message” in reference to an earlier post he had made that implied at least the 4G Pro version of the Note 10 would get 25 W fast charging (and a 4500 mAh battery).
However, the renowned tipster’s latest Twitter entry about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has his followers in a spin again. This time, he made it clear that his retraction about 25 W fast charging did not necessarily mean the Note 10 would feature less than 25 W – hence his use of the ≠ symbol. Naturally, plenty of commentators have now started guessing at what level the fast charging could be, with 50 W frequently suggested.
But there’s more to this issue of charging and battery for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 yet. Ice universe stated “battery capacity and charging speed will no longer be Samsung’s weaknesses, or even advantages.” It seems, along with his picture of the Man of Steel, that he is suggesting something “super” is coming to the Note 10 series, which at the present could mean one of two things.
Samsung just introduced super fast 25 W charging technology for the Galaxy S10 5G, and this would tie in neatly with Ice universe’s attached picture of the world’s most famous Kryptonian. However, there are plenty who would like to see the introduction of a graphene battery in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. This would also be “super” – Samsung has stated that a graphene-based battery could take just 12 minutes to fully charge.
The latter suggestion becomes more feasible when you taken into account that battery life and charging are often considered weaknesses of Samsung Galaxy devices – their kryptonite. By installing graphene-based batteries in the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung removes the weaknesses (and advantages – because they are now obsolete/irrelevant) and creates a business device worthy of Superman himself.