Almost all flagship smartphones available in the market support high capacity fast charging. But this cannot be said for Samsung phones. That’s because the South Korean tech giant has only released two 45W charging phones so far (Galaxy Note10+, Galaxy S20 Ultra), whereas the rest of its premium and mid-range devices are either capped at 25W or 15W. However, that could change soon as the company’s 65W charger has been now certified by TÜV SÜD.
The said charger in white color even leaked in live images (pictured above) last month ahead of the Galaxy S21 series launch event. Now, with TÜV SÜD certification, we can expect this charging brick to launch soon in the coming days.
As per the latest certification, the upcoming Samsung 65W charger will have a maximum output rate of 20V/3.25A. Also, the adapter will support the latest USB-IF PD (Power Delivery) standard, which includes a specification called Programmable Power Supply (PPS).
That said, the first Samsung smartphone with 65W charging support is still a mystery. It could be possibly a high-end Galaxy A series model. However, the Samsung EP-TA865 charger may release ahead of the phone as it can be also used to charge laptops.
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