Samsung Galaxy S22 Series to Come With 45W Charging Speed: Report
Since last year, there have been numerous reports about the
charging speeds of the Samsung Galaxy S22 lineup, with some claiming the phones
will stick to 25W charging and others claiming the lineup will mark the return
of 45W charging to the Galaxy S flagships.
According to Nashville Chatter, 3C certified the Galaxy S22
(SM-S9010), Galaxy S22+ (SM-S9060), and Galaxy S22 Ultra (SM-S9080) with 25W
charging, but DEMKO certified the Plus and Ultra models with 45W charging.
This implies that the Galaxy S22+ (SM/S906E/DS, SM-906E,
SM-S9060) and Galaxy S22 Ultra (SM-S908E/DS, SM-908E, SM-S9080, SC-52C, SCG14)
will have different charging speeds in different regions, but the vanilla model
(SM-S901E/DS, SM-901E, SM-S9010, SC-51C, SCG13)
The batteries in these smartphones were not revealed by the
Danish certifying authority. According to a recent leak, the Galaxy S22 will
have a 3,700 mAh battery, while the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra will have
4,500 mAh and 5,000 mAh batteries, respectively.
The leak also revealed the rest of the Galaxy S22 trio's
specifications, as well as pricing and availability.
According to Nashville Chatter, Samsung has yet to reveal
anything about the Galaxy S22 series, but the company will host a Galaxy
Unpacked event on February 9 where the Galaxy S22 smartphones and the Galaxy
Tab S8 series are expected to be unveiled.