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Stay behind? Samsung will offer only 15 watts on the Galaxy S10

The new models of Are expected to surprise performance and volume of memory - but at the same time are expected to maintain only medium and moderate charging capabilities

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We get many promising reports about the Galaxy S10 trio - with the Exynos 9820 chips coming close to the challenging performance level it has set for us In its new generation, fingerprint scanners are built into the screen with new technology, With increased capacity that have been further verified on the net and especially in the assortment Up to a terabyte of built-in storage and an LPNDR12X 4GB at the top end, quite amazingly.

One area that will not be upgraded significantly, unfortunately, is the loading capacity of the giant company - according to new cargo data of Which passed through regulatory bodies in China and the United States, S10 will continue to support unique charging technology with maximum power of 15 watts, just as in previous generations. The only expected improvement is the wireless charge, which will also appear to be 15 watts, compared with just 9 watts in the current generation.

The wireless charger will be upgraded - the normal wired charger probably does not

It is worth noting that Samsung smartphones are loaded at a reasonable rate even with current technology, with a good place in the middle of the category - but when companies like Huawei and-OnePlus Moving to innovative technologies with 40 watts of power that allow you to get a whole day of work charging less than half an hour, we certainly hoped to see Samsung a bit more within its flagship products.

We will be consoled by the fact that the good old analog audio connectors will continue with us for another year - unlike other current models of Who joined the trend and gave up the characteristic

Is it a concern left in the company From the grueling failure of the Galaxy Note 7? We can only guess at this point - but it is reasonable to assume that if you dream of charging to 100 a percentage of capacity within an hour or less you will need to look for solutions at another manufacturer.


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  1. If this is the galaxy charging rate is the minus on the device it probably is really good. I have a Galaxy Note 1 year and a half, a battery still holds excellent and recharges fast enough, even on wireless.

    1. Can you elaborate on what it means to "load fast enough" like, is charging your subjective personal something?
      You have an 15 watt charger at a certain current and voltage, it will charge your device when it is off at a certain time, period.

      Another tip to life, charge your device more frequently and if possible, do not drop to very low percentages.
      Why? Once you wait to get to the 5-10 battery percentage and then recharge, you are actually creating a complete charging cycle.
      If you charge your device at 75% or 50%, you will reduce the amount of charge cycles in half and even more depending on what you charge.
      So on the weekends, there is no stopping you from purchasing a quality cable (from ANKER) and leaving a charger loaded and working with the device beside you at the desk, if you are sitting at the computer.
      It is important to read a little about lithium batteries and how they work and when it is considered a charging cycle.

  2. 1. I would love to know what the sentence says in the opening headline: "With the Exynos 9820 chips approaching the challenging performance that Apple has set for us in its new generation"?
    When the 9820 is barely in line with the 855 and when the Apple A12 chip gets the high score at 38% -40% from 855 and 9820?
    9820 has already been tested on Chinese websites.

    2. Does that mean that for the writer, nearly 40% is approaching Apple's new generation in terms of individual core performance?

    3. Multi-performance A12 chip with fewer cores also scores higher (but not really much) both 855 and 9820.

    4. If Samsung decided to stay with 15 watt charging, that means a few things:

    A. The new 9820 chip will not support faster charging - wrong, the chip does support it

    B. There is a conflict since the 855 chip does support fast charging (QUICK CHARGE)

    third. The type of battery Samsung chose does not match what their lab tests show, which is another worrying thing that if other manufacturers are playing "fire" with a much faster charge, what does it say about their explosions or damage to their batteries?

    D. For general knowledge, ultra-fast charging such as Oppo's Super VOOC, there is a very simple trick there, the battery configuration is actually built from 2 batteries.
    Therefore, their 10V / 5A charging is divided between 2 internal structures and in fact the internal structure creates 2 batteries so that each battery receives up to 2.5A charging.
    Yes, sucks to find out, but it doesn't matter, changes the technology application.

  3. Joins the first point raised by member NONAME. _
    (And leave the writer, you do not expect him to analyze every word written from the West / East. He brings news as he is! On his reviews and articles he and the staff are editing and writing you do not complain that the work is quite good and not sinful to reality, so find out a bit of antigilance…. News from abroad and most of the words may have been edited by the author, but not really written by him and probably do not reflect his opinion.)

    So I do identify with the first point and ask why they have SNAP-D and we have "Samson-Exynos"?
    After all, the difference between them is not just 5G. There are differences in performance.

    So does anyone know why we get something that is less quality (and less economical in my opinion)?

    1. First of all, everything I read was a complete mistake.
      At least in terms of the Geekbench Exinus 9820 test, I'm much more powerful than the Snapdragon 855 and compares to the A11.
      Samsung's processors are more economical than Qualcomm.
      Exinus 9820:
      Single Core Score: 4300
      Multicore Score: 9500

      Snapdragon 855:
      Single Core Score: 3400
      Multi-Core Score: 10000

      Where A11 scores are similar to 9820 Exinus scores.
      I'm not talking about A12, because we're not there yet.

      Second thing:
      I have an unsubstantiated hypothesis that fast charging will reach 10, I read a certain article that showed a new Samsung charger powered by 21.5W,

      My hypothesis that if the same charger I saw is not fake or intended for a tablet or other device,
      And if the S10 load continues to stand on 15W (and all FCC data indicates it does) then the improvement will come in the NoT series.

      Third thing:
      Samsung devices are provided with Samsung processors.
      And so it is all over the world, except where there is a legal constraint that prevents Samsung from using its processors.
      One such place is the US, where companies are prohibited from using cellular services except Qualcomm.
      Related to patent issues,
      I need to read more to give you a more accurate answer.

      I'll be back again:
      As long as there is no legal constraint that prevents Samsung from using its processors,
      Samsung uses its processors.
      Their overall processing power is greater and they are more cost effective.

      (However, Qualcomm has led in the power of graphic processing in previous generations,
      I have not yet seen graphical data of the Xinos 9820,
      So that can't relate to that)

  4. How did you come to the conclusion of less qualitative and less economical? Anandtech has serious in-depth reviews of Samsung's Cores and the 845 and soon 855.

  5. Shame. Expensive devices, for no real reason.
    In Israel, Samsung's cheap self-made processors are selling. Even the discount is not given to Israeli buyers.
    With technologies like Griffin and more, why should lithium still be used?
    Why is charging so slow?
    And the phone is expensive for no real reason with concave screens that distort the image.
    Go home Samsung, do your homework.

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