In the first official documentation we have seen, Samsung has submitted the Galaxy Note 20 Plus for China’s Compulsory Certificate mark (known as CCC) – a public process – and, with it, confirmed both the phone itself, its model number, next-generation connectivity and charging capabilities.
was concern the range could drop down to 25W like the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus.
Moreover, 45W charging may prove a lot more useful this year. While it was supported on the Note 10 Plus, it was not officially certified for Programmable Power Supply (PPS) and USB Power Delivery (USB PD) 3.0 standards by the USB Implementers Forum and Samsung. What PD 3.0 and PPS enable is smartphones and compatible chargers to communicate and provide maximum current, something the Note 10 Plus often missed out on even when using > 45W chargers (details here). Given the entire S20 range is PD 3.0 and PPS certified, 45W charging on the Note 20 Plus should be a lot more flexible and it will cost significantly less than the S20 Ultra.