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By jah, Senior Member on 11th August 2019, 07:40 PM
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In the USA Samsung have a charging kit which includes a 45 watt charger. No sign of something similar in the UK. Anyone spotted the official or compatible charger. Thanks in advance.

Edit Sorry just seen another thread on this subject.
15th August 2019, 08:32 PM |#2  
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Any word of a mobile charger with the same wattage/charging power ?
16th August 2019, 09:37 PM |#3  
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USA Samsung store

https://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/mo...p-ta845xwegus/

And 3rd part ones listed in this article

https://www.androidauthority.com/gal...rgers-1017125/
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USA Samsung store

https://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/mo...p-ta845xwegus/

And 3rd part ones listed in this article

https://www.androidauthority.com/gal...rgers-1017125/

I wouldn't be surprised if the performance wasn't on par with the Samsung 45 watt charger due to lack of PPS . Still probably minuscule difference. Need some real world comparisons
18th August 2019, 07:13 PM |#5  
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I wouldn't be surprised if the performance wasn't on par with the Samsung 45 watt charger due to lack of PPS . Still probably minuscule difference. Need some real world comparisons

Some advice on Note 10+ fast chargers in this article:

https://www.androidheadlines.com/201...-charging.html
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I just wonder how important a 45w charger is?

Personally my charge always lasts the day and I set my phone to charge overnight every night. It doesn't matter whether its on a 10w, 25w, or 45w charger - it will still be fully charged by morning.

What does a heavy, hot charge do to the life of the battery?
18th August 2019, 10:16 PM |#7  
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I just wonder how important a 45w charger is?

Personally my charge always lasts the day and I set my phone to charge overnight every night. It doesn't matter whether its on a 10w, 25w, or 45w charger - it will still be fully charged by morning.

What does a heavy, hot charge do to the life of the battery?

That's exactly what I've been thinking too. I don't even own a wireless charger, have no need for it. When I need to charge my phone I just charge it with the reg. charger or plug it in, in the car. The existing fast charge technology is fast enough. I added that above post seeing that there is much interest in this subject.
I've heard that the N10+ stock 25W brick takes only about 1 hour+ to go from 25% to full. The 50W charger is just another 'hype', in my opinion, created by the phone manufacturers to show-off that they are on top of the best technology there is. And, of course, to get some extra revenue.
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Edit: some reviews say it gets really hot.
This says it uses PPS 2.0, do you guys think it's legit?

DBPOWER USB Type C Charger, USB-C Charger with Power Delivery 45W/60W USB Wall Charger for iPhone Xs/Max/XR/X/8, iPad Air 2/Mini, MacBook Pro/Air 2018, Galaxy S9/S8, LG, Nexus, Pixel, and More https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07FM8ZWY3..._-GyxDbPDPKPR0
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Interestingly, a Sammoblile staffer writes about the 45W charger's flop:

https://www.sammobile.com/news/galax...much-over-25w/
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Interestingly, a Sammoblile staffer writes about the 45W charger's flop:

https://www.sammobile.com/news/galax...much-over-25w/

"We weren’t able to test the 45W Super Fast charger ourselves, but on 25W, our Galaxy Note 10+ review unit went from 5% to 60% in 30 minutes with the device turned on and the screen turned off."

I just bought my 45W samsung charger via samsung using my reward points. Total cost is $5 (tax) that I have to pay for out of pocket. Worth it for me.
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Originally Posted by RR-99

I just wonder how important a 45w charger is?

Personally my charge always lasts the day and I set my phone to charge overnight every night. It doesn't matter whether its on a 10w, 25w, or 45w charger - it will still be fully charged by morning.

What does a heavy, hot charge do to the life of the battery?

Personally, I charge my device at least twice a day, more if I connect to my audio interface as that draws power from the phone. I also have the hotspot permanently turned on which can kill the battery really quickly.

Dont really care what it's doing to the battery as it'll be gone back to Samsung next year through the upgrade program.
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