Both of Samsung’s newest Galaxy S23 and S23+ models, which enable up to 25W charging like their predecessors, have obtained the 3C certification award. With the same EP-TA800 charger, both the Galaxy S23 (SM-S9110) and Galaxy S23+ (SM-S9160) have received certification. These devices are intended for the Chinese market, according to the device IDs.
The announcement came shortly after the Galaxy S23 Ultra (SM-S9180) received certification for 25W charging. We anticipate that this is also a Chinese model, which might still provide room for foreign models to handle faster charging rates, like 45W.
Although we observed in our tests that the Galaxy S22 Ultra does handle up to 45W charging rates, there aren’t really any observable advantages over 25W charging. With the 45W charger, a full charge from 0 to 100% on the S22 Ultra was completed in about 5 minutes less time than with the 25W charger. In Q1 2023, Samsung is anticipated to introduce its Galaxy S23 series.
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