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Samsung’s 65W charger gets Danish UL certification

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Over the past few days, there have been reports that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series will support 65W fast charging. This will be the highest fast charging capacity in a Samsung smartphone. As of now, Samsung does not have any charger head that supports 65W fast charging. This makes it obvious that the company will produce a 65W fast charging head. However, there has been no clear evidence of the existence of this charger until now.

65W Charger

A recent documentation from the Danish UL (Demko) organization shows the certification of a Samsung 65W charger. We can see that the charger model is EP-TA865 and it supports USB PD and PPS protocols. Also, it supports multiple charging powers such as 15W, 45W, and 65W.

Since the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery fire incident, Samsung has been quite conservative in the development of fast charging. Samsung’s fastest charging device today is the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, which supports 45W fast charging. The latest Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra does not advance, rather it retreats to 25W fast charging. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 may have a charging power limit of only 15W.

Samsung Galaxy S22 series to use 65W fast charging

So far, the rumors claim that Samsung is testing 65W fast charging for the entire Galaxy S22 series. The latest report regarding this smartphone shows that the Samsung Galaxy S22 series now has the Chinese 3C certification. The certification shows that this series will come with up to 65W fast charging technology. This will significantly improve the experience of Samsung’s flagship.

However, this 65W fast charging configuration may not be the standard for all systems. Also, Samsung is likely to not include a power adapter that supports 65W fast charging. Users who want to enjoy the highest fast charging specifications will have to purchase the charging head.

In addition to the improvements in performance and fast charging, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will have a better imaging system. The Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22+ will use a 50-megapixel main camera and support four-in-one pixel technology. The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will have a vivo-like micro-head design for the main camera. This can effectively increase the stabilization effect during shooting and also increase the video shooting capacity. At the same time, it will also be jointly tuned with the old camera manufacturer, Olympus. The expectation is that Olympus will offer a powerful camera solution. With Olympus, the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s comprehensive imaging performance will be a force to reckon with in the market.



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