“Samsung 45W fast charging adapter won’t be included in the box; instead, users will need to buy it separately, and it should cost around 50 euros”
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch at this point is less than a month away, and the hype surrounding it is building up. Now, days ahead of the launch, the Samsung flagship’s 45W fast charger with model number EP-TA845 surfaced on the internet, courtesy of the GalaxyClub. This falls in line with the earlier rumours that suggested the Galaxy Note 10 would support 45W fast charging. However, it seems like the adapter won’t be included within the box; instead, users will need to buy it separately, and it costs around 50 euros. Surprisingly, numerous EU retailers have already listed the fast charging adapter on their stores.
Furthermore, the listing suggests it will be available in both black and white colours with EP-TA845XBEGWW and EP-TA845XWEGWW model numbers, respectively. Even though the listings don’t explicitly mention it’s ‘meant for Galaxy Note 10’, given the recent reports, the charger seems to be for the upcoming Note flagship. As for the chargers inside the retail box, both the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are said to come with EP-TA800 25W fast charger. The South Korean brand already ships this with the Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy A80 and the Galaxy A70.
Given the premium price bracket, we think Samsung should have included it in the box, instead of selling separately. Either way, we should know more details in the coming few weeks. As for the other specifications, the Galaxy Note 10 duo is expected to come with Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 SoC, with up to 12GB RAM and likely to run on Android 9.0 Pie with One UI skin on top. The handsets are said to ship with 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch displays, respectively.