The Strange Case of Samsung Galaxy Note10+ Charging Situation
We just got a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note10+ in our lab, and we've found a strange thing about its charging situation. In short: the Note10+ charges faster with the screen-off then screen-on, and it charges incredibly slow when the screen is on.
(Non-PPS) USB-PD Chargers
Most PD chargers without PPS support can charge the Note10+ (screen-off) at around 14W(9V/1.6A). However, they can only charge the Note10+ (screen-on) at an abysmal 5W(9V/0.6A).
(PPS) USB-PD Chargers
PD chargers with PPS support can charge the Note10+ (screen-off) at around 24W depending on the charger. However, they can only charge the Note10+ (screen-on) at around 9W(8V/1.1A) similar to the non-PPS PD chargers.
Summing it up:
For reference, with the Note10+ inbox charger (TA800), the old Galaxy S10+ charges performs normally at round 14W both screen-on (14.9W) and screen-off (13.2W).
We are looking into the matter. Stay tuned!
Please also check the 45w charger. Some youtube video show that 45w only a little bit faster than 25w charger, however, they check the screen every 5 minutes. Therefore that might hinder the charging because it switching between 9w and 45w charging.
@Le Huy Dung： Will do, thanks for the input.
POWER-Z KT001 fail to monitor PPS based sources like this samsung charger with note10. what do you fix it?
@shoaib： You can always use our PC software with the KT001 to monitor the power source. Feel free to send pictures of the your problem you have with our testers to email@example.com, we are more than glad to help.