Gadgets, Phones

Will the Galaxy S22 have a better fast charge?

We are still a long way from being able to enjoy the launch of the Galaxy S22, although rumors about the models that will be part of Samsung’s flagship series do not stop arriving constantly. In addition, recently we were talking about the possible return of the steam chambers for this family, with the aim of obtaining greater performance from the terminal.

Now, everything leads us to the fact that these mobile devices will have an important novelty in their fast charging. More than anything, because if we start to compare the speed that different Android phones have today, we can find that the terminals of the South Korean firm are somewhat behind with respect to other brands such as Xiaomi, OnePlus or Realme.

More charging speed for the Galaxy S22

The person in charge of bringing to light the supposed improvement in this technology for the next generation of Samsung’s Galaxy S has been the well-known Ice Universe. According to this source, the S22 will come to expect nothing less with a speed of up to 65 W load. However, it also clarifies that the Asian firm is testing other powers such as, for example, 25 W and 45 W.

Although, as the filter shows, the smartphone company would be more interested in having a power of 45 W or 65 W, in order to compete directly with the rest of the manufacturers. Although the most logical step could finally be the first choice, mostly because it would not be the first time, we see a terminal of Samsung with this, since the S20 Ultra has a fast charge of 45 W.

On the other hand, for most of the Galaxy line, the highest that we will be able to find in its most current mobile devices is only 25 W. That is, we are facing much lower powers like those that can be found in other Xiaomi or Realme phones, which have a power of up to 65 W.

However, this fact could change significantly for the Samsung Galaxy S22. For example, the S21 takes more than an hour to fully charge its 4,000 mAh battery, while the S21 Ultra takes more than two hours to fill its 5,000 mAh battery. Therefore, if they were to have this improvement, we would be talking about that a 4500 mAh battery with a power of 65 W could be completed in approximately 40 minutes.

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