Samsung Galaxy Note 10 might support 45W fast charging technology: a recent report suggests

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been on the limelight for quite some time and reports and rumors regarding its price and looks are not something new. This time, a leak has been surfaced online, which suggests that the flagship smartphone will feature a 45W fast charging technology. It is not new for a premium device to get a fast-charging technology like that. Yet, if the first leak of the Galaxy Note 10 has come up, there is no wondering that we will soon have a complete spec-sheet, rumored or confirmed.

Through the latest gossip, which was shared via a tipster Ice Universe on Twitter, only one feature has been revealed. Along with that, a binary code 101101 on the ‘Da Vinci’ image can be seen. Now, we already know Samsung has given the codename ‘Da Vinci’ to its Galaxy. The Da Vinci image on the post, alongside a lightning bolt and binary number, suggests that the smartphone will arrive with 45W fast charging support.

Earlier this month, a rumor regarding the same device suggested that it will feature a 25W fast charging technology while the latest leak has highlighted its premium prowess. It has also been said that the smartphone will ditch any physical buttons and instead, a capacitive or pressure sensitive technology will be provided that will enable power and volume button with just a slight touch. With this feature, it also skips the 3.5mm headphone jack, which may lead to a wider chance that the device would stretch out for wireless connectivity options, which has already become a trend as well as affordable.

The new feature might be a problem only to those who prefer a 3.5mm headphone jack over wireless earbuds. Samsung, which is one of the most reliable brands in terms of Android smartphone seems to walk the same lane as Apple previously did.

Some of the recent reports have also hinted that the smartphone will be offered in two variants or distinct models, which can be expected in varied storage and RAM capacity. But notably, the lower end would feature a 3600mAh battery while the upper range would come with a 4000mAh capacity.

Nothing has been spoken yet regarding the cameras or the processor of the smartphone except the Infinity-O Super AMOLED display, which carries a punch-hole at the top center that would house the front camera. Also, we can get a quad rear camera set up vertically, based on the rumored image of the smartphone. Further, there is no word regarding the release of the smartphone but based on previous reports, it was scheduled for the third quarter of 2019.

Source: Twitter