Disappointing Development in Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5: Charging Speeds Don’t Change!

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galax Z Flip 5 were spotted on the 3C certification site. How fast will the new Samsung folding phones charge? The question was also answered.

At Samsung’s new Galaxy Unpacked event, which is expected to be held in August, it will introduce a series of products, including folding smartphones, tablets and smart watches. Especially the new folding phones Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 are eagerly awaited. Before the official introduction, two folding phones were also seen on the 3C certification platform, and new information has emerged for those wondering about charging speeds.

Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 come with 25w charging support

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 (SM-9460) and Galaxy Z Flip 5 (SM-7310) were spotted with Samsung’s standard 25W charger bearing the model number EP-TA800. The batteries of both phones will support 25w charging. The first Galaxy Fold and later Galaxy Fold 5G supported 15w charging. The Z Fold 2 was the brand’s first folding phone to support 25w charging. The Z Fold 5 does not seem to offer any improvement in charging speed.

No increase in battery capacity is expected.

25w charging is far behind when compared to the charging speeds offered by Chinese manufacturers. For example; The recently announced Vivo X Fold 2 supports 100w wired charging, and its wireless charging speed is twice the wired charging speed Samsung will offer. It seems that there will be no increase in the battery capacity of the Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5, either.

İdris Salman

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