In 30 minutes, the Galaxy Note 10+ recovers 66% of autonomy.
In 30 minutes, the Galaxy Note 10+ recovers 66% of autonomy. – 01net.com
Comes with a 25W charger, the Galaxy Note 10+ is Samsung’s first high-end smartphone compatible with ultra-fast charging. Without breaking a record, the mobile becomes the champion of Galaxy.
Just arrived at the writing of 01net.com, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is already suffering the “torture” of our laboratory. Major promise of this new generation of Samsung smartphones, the arrival of ultra-fast charging. Samsung replaces the 15W charger (USB-A to USB-C) usually used, by a 25W charger (USB-C to USB-C) and even offers an optional impressive charger of 45W.
While waiting to be able to test it, we were interested in the cooldown achieved with the original charger supplied. Without falling under the symbolic time, the Galaxy Note 10+ marks a sacred evolution compared to the previous smartphones of the brand.
1 hour and 1 minute very precisely
Last year, it took 1:47 to recharge the battery of 4000 mAh Galaxy Note 9. In early 2019, Samsung improved a little this performance with a recharge of 1h40 for the Galaxy S10 + (4100 mAh). We were then far from the flagship Huawei or Oppo, usually below the hour.
Cooldown of Note 10+, Note 9 and S10 +. Click at the bottom to open the interactive graph.
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This time, it’s good, the Korean brand finally adopts ultra-fast charging. Reloading a Galaxy Note 10+ from 0 to 100% took us 1:01, which is really very satisfying. 30 minutes was enough to recover 66% of battery while in just 10 minutes, it became possible to go from 0 to 21% autonomy. All this is even more impressive with a battery of 4300 mAh, the Galaxy Note 10+ is able to recover 70.5 mAh per minute with a charger “only” 25W.
Optional 45W charging
For 49 euros, Samsung offers an optional ultra-powerful charger 45W, which we will not fail to test as soon as it is available. The latter will undoubtedly allow the Galaxy Note 10+ to compete with the Huawei P30 Pro (40W, 53 minutes) or the Oppo Find X (50W, 33 minutes), the two current champions of the ultra fast charge.