The Samsung Galaxy S21 (or Samsung Galaxy S30) will only be revealed next year, however, rumors of the smartphone are starting to appear.
The well-known leaker “Chun” revealed in his Twitter account that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will arrive with the fast charging of 60W. That is, considerably less quickly than what the competition is bringing to the market.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will have “only” 60W fast charging
Don’t get me wrong, 60W fast charging is more than enough for many users, however, those who want to see their smartphone charging faster than ever, there are brands that are working on this technology.
Huawei, Xiaomi and OPPO (OPPO is part of the same company that owns OnePlus, Realme, Vivo and IQOO) are expected to bring fast charging with more than 100W. A speed that can charge a smartphone with a 4000 mAh battery in just over 15 minutes.
Implications of fast charging on smartphone batteries
However, I believe that Samsung does well to go slow in the evolution of fast charging on their smartphones. You certainly have the “bombastic” Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in your memory.
The smartphone had to be withdrawn from the market because it was burning for no apparent reason. Samsung had a hard time recovering marketing and the good name of the brand.
That is, do not expect to see Samsung taking risks again on battery issues in smartphones. Honestly good. We do not yet know how fast charging can damage our battery in the long run and we will only know it when these 100W terminals have two years of use charging every day at breakneck speed.
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