Recently, rumors about Samsung bringing a massive upgrade to its fast charging game have been swirling around. The Galaxy Note 10 is said to support 45W fast charging. Now we might just be able to put a picture to the rumors, with the appearance of a brand new fast charger.
Samsung EP-TA845 fast charger
Back in South Korea, a previously unknown travel adapter received some necessary safety certifications carrying product number EP-TA845. The picture, spotted by GalaxyClub, shows us a rather thick charger with the fast charging logo on its side. Unfortunately, the side that has all the technical details printed on it is facing the table, leaving us short on actual information.
Still, it is good to keep in mind that earlier this year, Samsung launched the Galaxy A70 and A80 with 25 Watt fast charging. Those devices use the EP-TA800 charger as their power supply, leaving us hopeful the EP-TA845 might be that adapter’s bigger, even chubbier, brother.
Of course, the levels of uncertainty here are substantial, so be sure to keep a grain of salt at hand. We do, however, have little doubt more information about the EP-TA845 will surface soon, now that its existence is no longer hidden from public scrutiny. And when that happens, we will surely learn more about its actual capacity, and if it will indeed accompany any of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 variants.
With more than two months to go until Samsung reveals the Galaxy Note 10 lineup, the clues certainly are getting more interesting and plentiful. Samsung is expected to launch the phone or phones sometime in August, with the actual release happening later that month or in early September.