Samsung’s new 35W Power Adapter Duo offers USB-PD, PPS support

Samsung’s new 35W Power Adapter Duo offers USB-PD, PPS support

For the longest time, Samsung has shipped the 25W TA800 travel adapter with its devices. Although the company did switch to a 45W adapter with the Galaxy Note 10 series, all Samsung devices launched since have either shipped with the same 25W charging brick or none at all. But recent leaks suggest that the company might finally up its fast charging game with the upcoming Galaxy S22 series. While that may or may not be the case, Samsung has now launched a new 35W power adapter in the Indian market that offers USB-PD 3.0 PPS support.

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The new Samsung 35W Power Adapter Duo features a USB Type-C port and a full-sized USB Type-A port. The USB Type-C port supports fast charging at 35W, while the USB Type-A port only supports a maximum output of 15W. The charger supports a wide range of Samsung and non-Samsung devices, including tablets, laptops, wireless chargers, and smartwatches. The charger is already up for sale on Samsung’s website priced at ₹2,299.

    The Samsung 35W Power Adapter Duo can charge two devices simultaneously at 35W and 15W. Get your right away by clicking the link below.

If that sounds a bit too steep, then you should definitely check out our list of the best USB-PD chargers for some great alternatives. The list includes fast chargers from Anker, Sabrent, Spigen, Belkin, and more, which should suit your needs. It also includes a couple of GaN chargers that are a bit pricey but offer faster-charging capabilities in a smaller form factor than Samsung’s offering. While you’re at it, check out our list of the best USB cables to purchase a durable one for your new charger.

As mentioned earlier, Samsung is also working on two new fast chargers — the 65W Power Adapter Trio (EP-T6530) and the 45W Power Adapter (EP-T4510). These new chargers could be for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22 series. However, we haven’t seen any evidence to support this speculation at the moment.

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Pranob Mehrotra
Pranob Mehrotra

A Literature and Linguistics graduate with a keen interest in everything Android. When not writing about tech, Pranob spends most of his time either playing League of Legends or lurking on Reddit.

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