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Technology Samsung Galaxy S11 5G looks set to offer disappointing fast charging

04:41  23 november  2019
04:41  23 november  2019 Source:   techradar.com

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A certification listing suggests the Galaxy S 11 will have 5 G but will charge slower than the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Those 25W speeds get even more disappointing when you compare them to what other manufacturers are starting to offer , with Xiaomi for example planning to launch one or more phones

We all know Samsung is working on the S 11 series, but it seems like the Galaxy S 11 5 G has now appeared on a telecom authority's website. Hopefully the 25W figure is just a placeholder for now, because the likes of Huawei, OnePlus, Oppo, and Xiaomi all offer faster charging solutions in 2019.

It always seemed like a safe bet that there would be a 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy S11, and now that has been almost confirmed, as a phone with the model number SM-G9860 (which has been linked to the Galaxy S11 range in the past) has just been certified as offering 5G. But it was also listed with underwhelming fast charging specs.

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Spotted by DroidShout on the website for China’s 3C certification agency, the phone is listed as having 25W fast charging, which would make for an upgrade on the 15W Samsung Galaxy S10, but doesn’t come anywhere close to the 45W charging offered by the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

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The Samsung Galaxy S 11 line will likely see its big announcement in February but we’ve already seen a plethora of leaks and rumors which have given us Galaxy S 11 listing in 3C database. The 25W fast charging will be a step up over the 15W charging supported on the S10 series but it's still not on the

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It’s disappointing that Samsung would launch a new flagship with slower charging speeds than a previous one, and while we’d take this with a pinch of salt for now, coming from a certification body it’s likely accurate.

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Those 25W speeds get even more disappointing when you compare them to what other manufacturers are starting to offer, with Xiaomi for example planning to launch one or more phones with 100W fast charging in 2020.

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Samsung 's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S 11 , passes China's CCC certification confirming support for 5 G and 25-watt fast charging . Believed to be the Galaxy S 11 , the device features support for 5 G and 25-watt fast charging . The 5 G support is in line with the previous leak from Evan Blass, but we

Galaxy S 11 specs leaked via Chinese certification shows that the upcoming flagship will feature 5 G support and 25W charging support. In recent months, the internet has been flooded with rumors regarding Samsung ’s upcoming Galaxy S flagship series.

That said, you shouldn’t be too disheartened. With 25W of power, the Samsung Galaxy S11 5G should still be able to charge quite fast, and further increasing the speeds comes with the risk of wearing the battery out faster.

Plus, we’re only looking at one model here. It’s entirely possible that some Galaxy S11 (or Galaxy S11 Plus) models will offer faster charging speeds. We should find out for sure in February, as that’s when we’re expecting the new range to land, but in the meantime TechRadar will bring you all the credible news and rumors.

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