Samsung has been working on a massive 65W charger for years, and it’s now spotted on yet another certification authority – UL (Demko). The certification mentions its model number EP-TA865, which clearly hints at its 65W charging capability.
Furthermore, the Demko certificate suggests that the alleged charger uses USB Power Delivery and can deliver 65W power at a standard 20 volts and 3.25A. Besides, it can also deliver 5V, 9V, and 15V output, which means it meets the general PD standard and can charge some laptops as well.
Back in September 2020, we’ve heard about the appearance of Samsung’s 65W fast charger with the same model number as the Demko certification. Later on, we’ve also witnessed a collection of leaked live images of this unreleased charging adapter.
Samsung Galaxy S22 to support 65W fast charger?
However, we are months away from the launch of the Galaxy S22 series but it’s almost expected that Samsung could bring the 65W fast charging support to its next Galaxy S flagship series. The lineup is likely to introduce in early next year, but Samsung’s going to launch its new foldables next month.
At the next Samsung Unpacked, an official announcement regarding the Galaxy S21 FE, Android 12-based One UI 4.0 Beta, and 65W fast charger is expected. However, there’s more info regarding this matter is yet to come and we will surely get more reports until their official launch.
Stay tuned with us. We’ll keep you updated!
Samsung launches eye-catching accessories for the Galaxy S24 series
Soon after the debut of the Galaxy S24 series, Samsung launched an accessories line that has been crafted in collaboration with three European artists namely Ricardo Cavolo (Spain), Steven Wilson (UK), and Yeye Weller (Germany).
The accessories lineup for Samsung Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra comprises three types of cases. Since these accessories are equipped with NFC (near field communication) technology, they automatically display animations on the screen when attached.
Customers who purchase one of the accessories will also receive a matching Galaxy Watch 6 face as a special gift. The collection is exclusively available for purchase from January 17, starting with 16 countries and extending to more than 20 markets by January 26.
Building on the company’s previous collaboration with contemporary artists, this new line of accessories will further enable users to take advantage of Samsung’s cutting-edge technology while still expressing their sense of style with distinctive art.
Dozens of Samsung Galaxy S24 series cases revealed in huge leak!
Earlier, a long list of official Samsung Galaxy S24 series accessories have been leaked. Now, a tipster revealed dozens of first-party Samsung Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra cases ahead of January 17 Unpacked.
EvanBlass, who often leaks official stuff of unreleased products, today exposed Samsung Galaxy S24 series first-party cases. In a single image, the source squeezed over 5 dozen images of Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra cases.
The leaked images of Galaxy S24 series cases consist of different kinds of products including transparent, solid-colored, printed, and flip-style. These cases will be available after the official release of Samsung’s new flagships.
Two new fast chargers for Samsung Galaxy under development
Three new flagship Galaxy S series phones will be unveiled this month. It’s also possible that Samsung may bring two new fast chargers for Galaxy devices to its current portfolio.
Tipster @rquandt revealed that Samsung is working on a new Charger Duo 50W with two USB-C wired fast charging ports. In addition, the 45W single-port charger is also getting refreshed, which could come as a new solution.
A new charger EP-T5020 (tentative Charger Duo 50W) is coming soon with two USB-C wired fast charging ports. For the 45W solution, the company is preparing newer EP-T4511 model, which could be a sequel to the EP-T4510.
Samsung Charger Duo 50W (2x USB-C wired fast charger) EP-T5020 incoming.
and they'll have an updated 45W charger as well, EP-T4511 (old one is EP-T4510)
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) January 4, 2024