TEKNOKU.me – Launched last August, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is the latest flagship device from Samsung that is equipped with various latest features from the South Korean manufacturer.
One of them concerns the power storage. This device is equipped with a capacity of 4,300 mAh battery that supports fast-charging up to 45 watts.
Chargers with very large power output must be purchased separately. However, in the Galaxy Note 10 Plus packaging box, Samsung still includes a charger unit with a power output reaching 25 watts.
This built-in charger can charge the device’s battery from an empty condition of up to 65 percent in about 30 minutes.
Full charging from zero to 100 percent takes a relatively short time in the range of 1 hour 20 minutes. Fast charger charging speed on all mobile phones is fast at the beginning, then gradually lowered as it exceeds a certain capacity.
The Galaxy Note 10 Plus can stay on to accompany activities throughout the day (more than 12 hours) when used for casual use such as browsing, video streaming, and social media.
Endurance will certainly decrease when used for activities that are more draining of the battery, such as turning on Wi-Fi hotspots that will cut usage time to around 8 hours. Especially if used to play heavy games like PUBG Mobile.
In addition to fast charging from the cable, Samsung also embeds wireless fast charging capabilities on the Galaxy Note 10 Plus with power up to 15 watts.
This phone also has a reverse wireless charging facility to charge other devices that have the same wireless charging feature.
The trick is to simply turn on the reverse wireless charging feature on the Galaxy Note 10 Plus menu, then put the device to be charged on the back of the smartphone. Charging will take place automatically.