Samsung Galaxy S22 series charging speed revealed in 3C listing

Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus charging via USB C

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  • The Samsung Galaxy S22 Trio went through 3C again and revealed its charging speeds.
  • According to the listing, all three phones support 25W charging.

Samsung hasn’t pushed charging technology nearly as much as other smartphone companies. While Xiaomi and Oppo have left the 100W mark far behind, Samsung’s next flagships could still languish under the 30W mark. Three phones believed to be the Galaxy S22 trio recently underwent China’s 3C certification service (via WhyLab), this time with light on charging speeds for all three flavors.

Judging from a screenshot of the listing, model numbers SM-S9080, SM-S9060, and SM-S9010 support 25W (9V, 2.77A) charging and could land with an optional travel charger. Interestingly, this charger has been listed as EP-TA800, which has been Samsung’s preferred power supply for about two years.

See also: The best Samsung fast chargers

Samsung Galaxy S22 3c Whylab

Charging speed Samsung Galaxy S22: is 25W too slow?

The news could be pretty disappointing for Samsung fans hoping for some real charging buffs this time around. It’s worth noting that the phones may support faster charging speeds, even if the stock charger listed is limited to 25W. The company continues to offer an aftermarket 45W charger for the Note 10 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra. However, Samsung has never focused on charging speed as a core function of its flagships. It seems unlikely that this philosophy will change before the Galaxy S22 series launches.

This is also not the first time the S22 members have passed 3C. Previously, thanks to the service, we had an insight into the battery capacities of the phones. It is noteworthy that only the Galaxy S22 Ultra will maintain its capacity of 5,000 mAh. Both the Galaxy S22 and the Galaxy S22 Plus can be satisfied with smaller cells.

What do you think of the charging speed of the Samsung Galaxy S22? Is 25W too slow for you? Vote in our poll above.

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