Samsung is has recently launched Galaxy S10 5G. And some time ago, the South Korean electronics giant has also enriched the Galaxy A Series line by presenting the Galaxy A70. One interesting thing, both come with 25W cable charging.
Yes! Both are arguably the first Samsung smartphone to support 25W cable charging. As we know, the “vanilla” Galaxy S10 model has an old 15W standard. So, what does the charger look like?
It is the Ice Universe account owner @UniverseIce who first showed the charger that will be available in the sales package of the Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy A70. Come up with the EP-TA800 code number, this is a USB Power Delivery charger.
Another interesting thing, this USB Power Delivery charger uses a USB-C to USB-C cable to connect to the telephone. Although it has a 25W advantage, but there is no support for the Programmable Power Supply (PPS) mode. Because there is no Programmable Power Supply (PPS) support, this allows the smartphone to not be able to control the power output of the charger for optimal charging which makes the battery stay cool. Yes! This is the only disadvantage in the charger.
It is estimated, this charger will also be bundled in the Galaxy A90 sales package which is said to be coming with the Galaxy A70. In addition, some reports also mention the trio of LTE Galaxy 10 can later be updated to use this new charger as well.
Regarding this, Samsung itself has not confirmed. Indeed some time ago Samsung has announced the presence of the Galaxy A70. However, Samsung has not announced its official price. Well! on April 10, the new Galaxy A70 will slide. So, we are waiting for proo