Flip the Samsung Galaxy Z3 It is expected to land on August 11, and there is still a lot we are not sure about yet, but one thing we are quite confident about now is the speed of charging the phone.
As seen by My smart price, China’s 3C certification agency has listed a model number (SM-F7110) associated with the phone that supports both 15W and 25W chargers.
It is not clear if any of them will ship with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Samsung Galaxy S21 The Ranger doesn’t send with a charger), but it almost confirms that the Z Flip 3 supports 25W charging anyway.
We’ll take it with a pinch of salt right now, but this list is for the official Chinese certification that the phone receives before launching in the country, so the data included must be accurate. In addition, Samsung supports 25W charging with the Galaxy S21 range. We think it is possible that the Galaxy Z Flip 3 will also be available.
That said, it will be an upgrade to the 15W charge offered by the original Flip the Samsung Galaxy Z. And the Z-Flip 5G, and it also has differences from the first leak pointing to 15W charging, so there’s still a chance you’ll get stuck at a slower pace.
Analysis: 25W is a start, but it’s still very slow
Although the move from 15W to 25W seems promising, the fact is that it is still much slower than some phones offer. OnePlus 9 For example, while supporting 65W charging Xiaomi Mi10 Ultra Runs perfectly up to 120W, and Xiaomi A 200W phone can launch Next year.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 will definitely be an expensive phone, topping most traditional flagships for the price, so a fast charging battery will be appreciated. In Safi, though, Samsung is expected to sacrifice some tech to keep the price below the price of its choice. Samsung Galaxy Z3.
Nevertheless, we’ve reached a point where 25W can be considered almost slow, even mid-range phones often hit at least 30W, and are relatively affordable. One Plus Nord 2 Managing 65W
The chances of a fast charging are slim, as it could potentially wear out a high-speed battery, but Xiaomi claims that its 200W charging tech doesn’t have that problem, so Samsung, with all its money, also has the problem. Must be able to solve.