It has been said for some time that the Korean company is working on a 65W Samsung fast charger, and the charger has already been spotted on some certification sites during the recent period. The latest leaks indicate that Samsung’s 65W fast charger will be available in India upon launch.
The Samsung 65W fast charger has passed the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification site, and this certification revealed the model number (EP-TA865) for the upcoming fast charger.
Previously, Samsung’s 65W fast charger was spotted on the TUV SUD certification website, and we can expect upcoming Samsung smartphones to feature 65W fast charging support. Currently, most Samsung smartphones feature 25W fast charging support, with the highest charging level being 45W.
Details about Samsung 65W Fast Charger
The new charger supports a maximum of 20V or 3.25A. This simply means that it will support 65W fast charging. Some live photos of the fast charger have been spotted on LetsGoDigital with the same model number mentioned on the BIS and TUV SUD certification sites.
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beside this, reveal The images are that Samsung’s 65W fast charger will have a USB Type-C slot, which means that users will get a USB Type-C to Type-C USB cable. Not only that, but the photos also reveal that the charger will support PD (Power Delivery) and PPS (Programmable Power Supply) technology.
In any case, there is no information that Samsung smartphones will get support for 65W fast charging, but at the same time we can expect the upcoming foldable smartphones to feature support for this fast charger, and chances are that it will support the next generation of the phone series. Samsung Galaxy S22 also has 65W fast charging.
Samsung delayed the launch of fast charging, with competitors such as OPPO, vivo, Realme and Xiaomi launching devices that support 65W or faster charging. However, it is always better to be late than never.
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