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Samsung Galaxy S22 will only support 25W charging, 45W is for its bigger siblings

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The mommy of all leakages disclosed that the Galaxy S22+ and also S22 Ultra will certainly sustain 45W quick billing. There was some hope that the vanilla Galaxy S22, yet that hope has actually been rushed by Nieuwe Mobiel.

45W for the S22+ and S22 Ultra

Up to 25W billing for the Galaxy S22 45W for the S22+ and also S22 Ultra

The vanilla S22 will certainly peak at the exact same 25W as its precursor and also will certainly require 70 mins to bill its 3,700 mAh battery (300 mAh smaller sized than the S21). The S21+ will certainly have the ability to utilize a 45W battery charger and also will certainly have the ability to cover up its 4,500 mAh battery in 60 mins.

Our examinations of the S21 revealed that it requires 73 mins for a complete fee, the S21+ did it in 72 mins. As well as to be clear, the S22 phones will certainly not include any type of battery charger you will certainly need to utilize your very own or get a brand-new one.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 will only support 25W charging, 45W is for its bigger siblings

Samsung will certainly introduce the Galaxy S22 collection on February 9, nonetheless, there might be a hold-up outdoors sale of Galaxy S22 and also S22+.


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