Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will have 25W fast charging, reveals 3C
With each passing day more details about the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 appear on the web, with the last one being the 25W fast charge (Galaxy Fold 2 will have 25W fast charging), at least that’s what 3C certification indicates in its report.
With each passing day, more details about the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 appear on the web, with the last one being the 25W fast charge, at least that’s what 3C certification indicates in its report.
There is also other information about the device in this same certification, but none of them brings new information. What we do know is that the SM-F9160 will charge up to 25W with 5G connectivity and that it is manufactured by Samsung in Vietnam.
Everything we know about the Galaxy Fold 2
As I mentioned at the beginning of the news, we already have several information about the device circulating on the web, it is hoped that the processor found inside the device should be a Snapdragon 865 and a new selection of cameras compared to the first model.
The 25W doesn’t look like much when we consider that other branded devices – like the Galaxy Note10 – bring charging up to 45W. However, the first model of the Fold had 15W charging both by wire and by induction, and reverse charging up to 9W. We believe that the “low” charging speed is due to the separation of the batteries, with half remaining in each “corner” of the device, as it was in the first, which makes higher charging speeds difficult.
We also do not know whether the 25W will be via cable or induction only, and whether the reverse charge will also receive a speed improvement or whether the 9W will be maintained.
Some sources indicate that the device should arrive between August and September this year, but with few units available at the beginning due to the difficulties imposed by the pandemic of the COVID-19, unfortunately these are just rumors and we will have to wait for an official position of the brand to be sure the release date.
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