Samsung is preparing a new 25 W powerbank with ultra-fast charging times
The Korean giant had already made a strong impression by offering a 10,000 mAh external battery, offering fast 15W charging and 9W wireless charging. It seems that he is outdoing himself with his new powerbank. But there is still something to be doubtful for the moment.
Good news and bad news
The battery has just passed the FCC tests. You can get a few bits of information on the site: recharging will be done by one of the 2 USB-C ports. We also learn that the powerbank Samsung EB-U3300 (Name given to it by FCC), supports 3 wireless charging modes. Or 2.5W, 5W and 7.5W. What about the 15W wireless charging supported by the Galaxy Note 10 family?
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The other bad news concerns the power, reduced to the minimum portion of 5,000 mAh, a value far below what we can expect in 2020.
The powerbank also received SafetyKorea certification.
This external battery will be compatible with smartphones of the Galaxy S series and the Galaxy Note after 2014. It could also be suitable for the Galaxy Buds and Buds +, Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Watch Active 2, Gear S2, and Gear S3 . It will also be compatible with the future S11e, S11 and S11 + and the latest, the Galaxy Fold 2.
For when ?
It would seem logical that Samsung takes advantage of the CES of Las Vegas in early 2020 or its Unpacked 2020 New Yorkers, who should also see the long-awaited release of the Galaxy S11, to immediately release this brand new external battery.
Source: GSM Arena