Samsung’s upcoming 65W USB-PD charger receives envisioned

Samsung has avoided the cell phone charging speed wars. While the competition has gone as high as 120W fast charging with recent flagship releases, the South Korean tech goliath’s cell phones support simply up to 45W charging. Presently, a recently leaked picture shows a 65W charger from Samsung.

The organization’s forthcoming 65W charger (EP-TA865) was certified by South Korean experts in September 2020, however this is the first time when everyone is seeing it in the flesh. It includes a single USB Type-C port, and it supports USB Power Delivery at up to 20V and 3.25A. It is additionally PPS (Programmable Power Supply)- agreeable, which implies it would be viable with a wide range of gadgets, including cell phones and laptops. While there is no sign that the new charger is for the upcoming Galaxy S21 series, it very well might be packaged with one of its forthcoming laptops and even the Galaxy Note 21.

Before, the organization had released two USB PD 3.0 power controller chips (SE8A and MM101) that help up to 100W charging.

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