Samsung is expected to unveil the seriouse Galaxy S22 next February 2022, but most of its features have already leaked. A few weeks ago it was rumored that the South Korean company could finally improve the charging speed on its flagship phones and that the Galaxy S22+ e Galaxy S22 Ultra they will have a 45W fast charging. However, a new report may have changed the tables, indicating the presence of a 25 W charger Galaxy S22.
Will Galaxy S22 have a 25W charger?
The China-specific variants of Galaxy S22 (SM-S9010), Galaxy S22 + (SM-S9060), and Galaxy S22 Ultra (SM-S9080) have passed the country’s mandatory CCC certification process. The certification data reveals that Samsung has tested the EP-TA800 Charger with all of its upcoming phones. This is a 25W USB Type-C charger with support for USB PD and PPS, the same charger that comes bundled with many mid- and high-end Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
Does that mean the Galaxy S22 series will peak with 25W fast charging, similar to the Galaxy S21 series? Not really. CCC certification doesn’t always include testing a smartphone with its fastest possible charger and companies like Samsung tend to use their regular chargers with devices during the certification process.
For example, the Galaxy Tab S7 was listed with a 15W charger, but it supports fast charging up to 45W. But it’s also possible that the rumors are wrong and Samsung is sticking to 25W fast charging for the Galaxy S22 series. .
Only time will tell if Samsung will update its usual 25W fast charging standard for the Galaxy S22 series. As it stands, Samsung is using the less powerful charging standard on its flagship smartphones. Apple also overtook the South Korean company and started by offering fast charging up to 27W on the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Most Chinese companies currently use 65W fast charging on their high-end phones, while Xiaomi and iQOO they started using 120W charging technology.