Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 will not get any faster than the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge or any other mobile device from the South Korean company released after 2015, according to a Chinese product certification that recently emerged in Weibo's social media network, charge . The EP-TA200 charger, which comes with the Android-Phablet, will have a maximum output power of about 10W and thus charge the device faster than the Galaxy S7, Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8 -Series. While the product certificate lists the charger as supporting 9V and 1.67A, which is 15.03W, the practical limitations of Samsung's solutions will see its performance limited to about 10W, as was the case with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus
How Samsung's flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Qualcomms Quick Charge 3.0 or later technology is unlikely to support all of Samsung's flagship flagship product, as the company is always aiming for feature parity, and this solution may not be compatible with the international version of the device, with its own Exynos 9810. Instead of the Snapdragon 845 chip. Instead, the smartphone should offer Samsung's Fast Adaptive Charging, which is based on Quick Charge 2.0, a much older and less efficient technology. The most credible insiders in the industry agree that the Galaxy Note 9 runs at 4,000mAh and charges slower than its predecessor, which came with a 3,300mAh cell.
The only high-end mobile devices on the market are slower to charge than Samsung's modern products are Apple's iPhones and should the Galaxy Note 9 really have a 4,000mAh battery, it will likely take more than two hours, from zero to 100 percent to go. A recent shortage indicated that the handset was still going to be extremely efficient and operated on a single charge for up to two days. Earlier this week, Samsung confirmed that it will announce the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9th. The Android flagship is expected to be released later this month.