Samsung launched the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ earlier last week and the Note10+ comes with 45W ‘Super Fast Charging 2.0’ whereas the Note10 supports 25W ‘Super Fast Charging’. The 45W charger is yet to ship globally and now, the official 45W charger page lists two new upcoming smartphones under compatible models suggesting that those smartphones could support Super Fast Charging.
Samsung’s 45W charger page lists the upcoming Galaxy A91 and Samsung Galaxy A90 5G smartphone under compatible models for Samsung’s Super Fast Charging 2.0 and Super Fast Charging technology. Samsung Galaxy A91 is said to support 45W fast charging whereas the Galaxy A90 5G is said to support 25W charging, according to the listing. With this, the Galaxy A91 will be the only Samsung smartphone beside the Galaxy Note 10+/Note10+ 5G to support 45W fast charging(wired).
Samsung Galaxy A91 is said to sport a 6.7-inch display with an in-screen camera positioned centre just like the Note10/Note10+ and the Galaxy A90 5G is said to sport 6.7-inch display as well but with a teardrop notch. According to earlier reports, the Galaxy A90 could be code-named SM-A908 and SM-A905 and the report suggested that the smartphone could feature a triple rear camera setup with ‘Tilt OIS’ technology. Both devices are expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC.
Samsung Galaxy A91 and Galaxy A90 5G are expected to launch sometime in October, and we should know more details in the coming days.