Samsung has released its annual Galaxy Note 20 series, including the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, which are impressive in both design and hardware specifications, but didn’t expect Samsung to dig a hole. The Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra are equipped with 4300mAh and 4500mAh capacity batteries, respectively, to support wired fast charging and wireless fast charging, but the official specification scant does not give a specific power value, saying only that it can be filled at 50% in 30 minutes.
Previously, the Galaxy Note 10 plus and the Galaxy S20 Ultra both supported up to 45W fast charge (although the standard chargers are both 25W), so earlier reports suggested that the Note 20 Ultra would also have 45W fast charge, but as a result, both the Note 20 and The Note 20 Ultra supported only 25W fast charge.
If you’ve already purchased an additional Samsung 45W charger, you can still use it with the Note 20 series, but the power will be limited to 25W.
Domestic mobile phone manufacturers have been hit 100W plus fast charge, Samsung, Apple is really “not thinking ahead”, even drove up the reverse.