The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will have unrivaled charging speed thanks to the Gallium Nitride charger

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Charging your phone as quickly as possible is a problem that few people care about when buying a new device. Today, many manufacturers are already equipping their smartphones with chargers capable of fast charging, but that will become very normal when compared to what Samsung brings with the Galaxy Note 20. later this year.

Specifically, a lot of information said that Samsung, Apple, Huawei, and Oppo are considering equipping GaN (Gallium Nitride) chargers for their products next year.

Gallium Nitride will replace the conventional silicon materials used in most current chargers, and will make them smaller, simpler, and much more efficient; Not to mention the larger capacity GaN charger will allow you to use the same charger to charge many other devices – from smartphones, tablets, to large devices such as laptops.

The only downside to this technology is that it is more expensive than usual. That’s why Samsung is likely to only equip the GaN charger for a (most advanced) version of the Galaxy Note 20 flagship, or even the Galaxy S21, not for mid-range devices of the series. Galaxy A.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 sẽ có tốc độ sạc vô địch nhờ củ sạc Gallium Nitride - Ảnh 1.

Xiaomi GaN 65W charger

Samsung, and its rival Apple, really need to make major improvements in terms of device charging. The iPhone 11 Pro – which is Apple’s fastest charging model – is still limited to 18W and must be charged via its proprietary LIghtning port. This means you can’t use this charger with a large number of other modern products, which often use USB-C. The Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 10 have slightly faster charging speeds, default at 25W, and some models can be charged with their own charger at 45W.

Xiaomi has now sold a 50W GaN charger for the Mi 10 Pro, which will allow it to fully charge its 4,500mAh battery in just 45 minutes. However, for this technology to become more widely available, other big companies, such as Samsung, Apple, and Huawei, must follow the path that Xiaomi has pioneered.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is likely to launch in August 2020, or about 5 months. If you don’t want to wait that long to get a super-fast flagship from Samsung, the best option right now is the Galaxy S20 Ultra – a very expensive phone, but “whatever you pay” for it gets Equipped with a charger with a capacity of up to 45W.

Reference: Tom’sGuide

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