Samsung has already certified the upcoming Galaxy S22 flagship smartphones in China. From the database of the 3C regulator, it became reliably known that none of the devices in the family will receive support for charging with a power of more than 25 watts. In any case, this is relevant for Chinese versions of smartphones, but it is unlikely that in this direction they will differ from their counterparts for other markets.
It is worth noting that previously there were rumors that the most advanced smartphone in the series, the Galaxy S22 Ultra, will receive support for 45W charging. There is an opinion that support for 45-W charging will still receive the version of the Galaxy S22 Ultra based on the Exynos 2200 chip, which will not go on sale in China and therefore was not mentioned in the certification application.
The SM-S9010, SM-S9060 and SM-S9080 indices correspond to the Galaxy S22, S22 + and S22 Ultra. The last digit “0” denotes Chinese versions of smartphones. All of the devices listed will use the EP-TA800 25W adapter, which has been in production since the Galaxy Note 10 launch in August 2019.
It is worth noting that the use of 25W charging in yet another generation of flagship smartphones will increase the company’s lag behind other manufacturers of Android devices. Recall that current Xiaomi flagships, including the Mi 11 Ultra, are already using 125W charging.