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Asteroid

My Galaxy 10 Note takes more 1 hour and 30 minutes to charge from 0% to 100%.

I see many charging test in Youtube, the Galaxy Note 10+ only takes 1 hour and 5 minutes to charge from 0% to 100%, while my Note 10 takes more than 1 hour and 30 minutes to charge from 0% to 100%.

Keep in mine that the battery capacity of Note 10+ is 4300mAh, and 3500mAh for regular Note 10. 

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MuedeKartoffel
Constellation

The 45w charger is what a lot of people are using on thos...

The 45w charger is what a lot of people are using on those videos

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uservcWp7lN6N0
Asteroid

Re: The 45w charger is what a lot of people are using on thos...

https://youtu.be/-QjI0ecpj5w

 

This charging test uses the 25W charger, Note 10+, 0% to 100% in 1 hour 6 minutes.

 

I just wanna know if I had a defective  charger.

In this video, we will do a 25 Watt super fast charging test on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus. Note 10 plus is also capable for super fast 45 watt charging as well, but that test requires the 45 watt official charger which is not available yet. So for now, we will see how long does it take to ...
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Samsung Care Ambassador

Re: The 45w charger is what a lot of people are using on thos...

Are you using the adaptor that came with the device?



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uservcWp7lN6N0
Asteroid

Re: The 45w charger is what a lot of people are using on thos...

I used the charger that came with the phone.

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Samsung Care Ambassador

Re: The 45w charger is what a lot of people are using on thos...

Have you checked if your fast cable charging is enabled?

 

  • Settings
  • Device care
  • Battery
  • 3 vertical dots on upper right hand of screen
  • Settings
  • Enable fast cable charging


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Samsung Care Ambassador

Re: The 45w charger is what a lot of people are using on thos...

You should also consider what apps and processes might be running on the phone, cellular vs Wi-Fi, screen brightness, and so on... Point being a phone that's used for tests is likely fairly clean and fresh out of the box, while you might have more things using power in the background, and that affects the charging speed.

 

I wouldn't worry about numbers. The included charger is fast. And there is an even faster option available. Personally I almost always use wireless charging anyway. It rocks.

 

Geno

 

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