A new leak claims that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphone might feature Samsung’s fastest fast charging feature yet.

BGR reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have the fastest charging yet compared to any other smartphone currently available in the market. This claim comes from a report of a well-known Samsung Insider, GalaxyClub.

Super fast charging

GalaxyClub, a Dutch website, showed a photo that it claims to have come from a South Korean inspection body, SafetyKorea. The photo shows Samsung’s alleged new EP-TA845 charger, which might be the 45W charger that has been the subject of rumors recently.

The rumors stem from a tweet made by prominent leaker IceUniverse. The tweet simply showed an illustration of Leonardo Da Vinci, a caption that said “101101,” and a slightly translucent lightning bolt to the right of the caption. Of couse, excited fans picked the tweet up and started speculating about it.

While some fans think the tweet meant “100W,” several netizens explained that the “101101” can be read as “45” by converting the binary into decimal. And by connecting the number to the lightning bolt, it can be understood as “45W.”

Other Galaxy Note 10 rumors

Aside from the rumors about 45W fast charging, the Galaxy Note 10 is also said to feature a huge battery, will come in five colors, and will have a more powerful camera mobile photographers and selfie lovers will want.

Previous reports said the Galaxy Note 10 will have a huge 4,500 mAh battery, which is 500 mAh larger than the Galaxy Note 9’s battery, but is just the same size as that of the Galaxy S10 5G’s battery.

Previous reports also claim that the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to feature a 5x optical zoom camera. This camera uses the periscope method to achieve greater focal length, resulting in 5x optical zoom capabilities.

The Galaxy Note 10 is also rumored to come in Prism Black, Prism White and Flaming Pink upon launch. A Cloud Silver finish may arrive later this year, as well as a red color.

Galaxy Note 9
If the Galaxy Note 9's successors are too expensive, the Galaxy S10 is still a good choice. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images