All the major OEMs are working to make the next devices more efficient. This is what Samsung is doing which is now focusing on the next top of the range. We are talking about the Galaxy Note 10 of which, in recent weeks, we are starting to read more and more rumors. The last one, but only in chronological order, concerns the recharging modality that the South Koreans would be thinking for their device.
This should guarantee very short charging times and be highly higher compared to the current 25W which have been its maximum with its last midrange. According to the Ice Universe, however, we are approaching a real record for Samsung that aims to dub the current system before the end of 2019.
“Note10 charging is not 25w” ≠ “less than 25w”, perhaps starting from Note10, battery capacity and charging speed will no longer be Samsung's weaknesses, or even advantages.
But I don't want to say more because everything has variables. pic.twitter.com/PQR2Q6oUNX
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 4, 2019
In the wake of what we have seen with the Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition, in fact, the South Korean company wants to bring the 50W fast charging mode to the Galaxy Note 10. However, to know some more details about the developments of this ambitious project, we will have to wait a little longer.
In addition, Rumors coming from Europe say that Samsung can adopt the UFS 3.0 memory standard in the Galaxy Note 10 flagship of the South Korean company that will hit stores in the second half. The idea is for this pattern to arrive on the Galaxy S10 line, but Sammy decided to wait a little longer.
This rumor comes a day after OnePlus confirmed the UFS 3.0 standard in OnePlus 7 Pro, which will be introduced to the market on May 14 along with OnePlus 7. Not to be outdone, Sammy, who is one of the world’s leading memory manufacturers, does not want to lose the competition for the Chinese competitor.
If the memory is confirmed in the UFS 3.0 standard, the Galaxy Note 10 will already have a significant difference compared to the Galaxy S10, which uses UFS 2.1 memory. Combined, UFS 3.0 and AM LPDDR4X bring advantages in terms of performance and consumption. Especially because the device probably has curved edges that are sharper than its predecessors.
Samsung plans to debut the UFS 3.0 standard on Galaxy Fold, but problems with the device’s display and postponement of its marketing have put OnePlus at the top of the race for using this component. Meanwhile, we will certainly read many rumors about the Galaxy Note 10 for which we already talk about a quadruple rear camera, a 4500mAh battery. Everyone will therefore find the ideal device. Therefore, what remains is to be patient.
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