Samsung released a New 25W battery pack with a capacity of 10000mAh and super-fast charging


Samsung has announced the Galaxy 25W Battery Pack, a 10,000mAh power bank. The new Samsung Galaxy battery pack can charge two devices at the same time through USB-C. Remarkably, the unveiling of the new Samsung Galaxy battery pack is coming a few weeks after a tipster disclosed the item.

The Samsung Galaxy 25W Battery Pack weighs around 200g and is made of plastic with a single colour. It is a power bank for Galaxy smartphones that can charge up to 25W. It can charge the Galaxy S22 quickly but not the Galaxy S22 Ultra. When linked to a suitable USB-C adapter, the new power bank may also be recharged through 25W. The 25W Battery Pack’s plastic is made out of 20% recycled material.

Samsung Galaxy 25W battery pack


The 10,000mAh power bank has two USB-C connectors with a wired charging capability of 25W. The gadget weighs 210g with dimensions of 148 x 70 x 16mm. As a result, the new Samsung power bank is somewhat heavier and bulkier than most of its competitors. A 20cm USB-C cable will be included with the device. As a result, if you wish to utilise both USB-C ports at the same time, you’ll need to buy an extra cable.


The dual charging maximum speed is 9W, which is significantly lower than the power bank’s overall capacity of 25W. At this time, there is no pricing information available for the Samsung Galaxy 25W Battery Pack. It has, however, been featured on the company’s Belgian website, and further information is expected soon.

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Samsung has also not offered any information on the global availability of the new power bank. It is also predicted that the gadget might be offered in additional markets. The power bank will also come in a variety of colours.

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