Samsung’s fastest charging smartphones (Galaxy Note10+, Galaxy S20 Ultra) are capped at 45W. But there is an unreleased 65W Samsung charger. This power adapter has now cleared another certification ahead of its launch.
Samsung is the world’s largest smartphone maker, however, the company does not have any high-speed charging phone in its portfolio. On the other hand, its competitors sell numerous phones with over 50W charging speeds. Some phones even charge at the rate of 120W.
This could change soon as the Samsung EP-TA865 65W charger has been now certified by India’s BIS, in addition to South Korea’s NRRA and TÜV SÜD. The new certification suggests that this charger could release in India.
Anyway, the important question is which Samsung smartphone will be compatible with this charger. As of now, there’s no info on any 65W Galaxy smartphone. Hence, we believe this power adapter could be a standalone accessory or it could be for the upcoming Galaxy laptops.
If this charger is meant for the new Samsung notebooks, then we expect it to debut at the Galaxy Unpacked event, which is scheduled to take place a few hours from now.
That said, according to the leaked images (pictured above), the Samsung EP-TA865 65W charger will feature a USB Type-C port, support USB PD (Power Delivery) with PPS (Programmable Power Supply), and will have a maximum output rate of 20V/3.25A.
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