Current expectations for the Galaxy S24 Ultra and the Galaxy S24 and S24+ are that they will support the same charging speeds as their 2023 predecessors – 45W for the plus and Ultra, 25W for the vanilla S23. The two smaller models will have slightly larger batteries but only by 100/200mAh.
Even so, Samsung is working on new chargers, writes leakster Roland Quandt. The first will be the wired Samsung Charger Duo 50W. This one will have two USB-C ports, so chances are that it will max out at 45W with one port in use and 2x 25W when both are in use. This charger’s model number is EP-T5020.
The old Samsung 45W Power Adapter (EP-T4510)
The other is a refresh of the Samsung 45W Power Adapter (EP-T4510) known as the EP-T4511. It’s not entirely clear what the differences will be here, the charger should have a single USB-C port like the older model.
The old T4510 supports USB PD 3.0 PDO and PPS, the new one doesn’t have much to add as USB PD 3.1 is primarily concerned with higher power ranges (up to 240W), so it’s not needed.
It goes without saying that these new chargers will be a separate purchase – like many other smartphone makers, Samsung no longer includes a charger in the box with its phones.
Source | Via