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Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus & S10E Expected To Get 25W Fast-Charging & Super Night Mode via OTA Updates

Leaks have just made their way onto the internet suggesting some new stirs regarding Samsung latest lineup of flagships. It is said that Samsung’s Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10 Plus would most probably get 25W charging enabled really soon via an OTA update.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lineup To Get 25W Fast-Charging Really Soon

The story comes with China’s trusty Ice Universe who has suggested that the Samsung China’s President has just tipped that the Galaxy S10 lineup may be getting a 25W fast-charging really soon. Given how lazy Samsung has been at amping up their charges, we’d bet that the addition 25W fast-charging should make the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup with their larger batteries a whole lot bearable, especially in the case of the S10 Plus.

The president of Samsung Greater China said that it is considering opening the Galaxy S10’s charging power to 25W and developing the handheld super night mode to the S10 series.? – said Ice Universe on Twitter

To put the boost into perspective, this means that the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup of devices would charge up as twice as they currently are. However, regarding when these updates would be landing is yet to be confirmed, leaving us in limbo for a whole. But then given that Samsung has the Galaxy Fold and the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 5G on their checklist, Samsung should be updating their devices prior to the arrival of these new devices.

And while Samsung may be late, it’s definitely respectable from Samsung to finally step their game up in a world where Xiaomi has begun teasing 100W fast-charging technology as of lately.

Regarding the super-night mode Samsung is planning to introduce, it seems like Samsung would be copying Google’s layout over here, giving Night mode its own separate mode that you would have to enable or toggle. As of yet, no other details have managed to seep through the cracks. However, we could only speculate that the upcoming night mode may bring Samsung’s low-light photography samples back in the game.

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