The meter and pro comes with this 65 watt charger in the box, but the phone itself only goes to a maximum speed of 50 watts charging the rep McKay 30 probe at 33 watts. With the 33 watt charger in the box. You can see the size difference between these charging bricks here and the galaxy estimates the ultra maxes out at a 45 watt charging speed, but you get a 25 watt charger in the box, as you can see here and it's USBC to USBC, whereas the others are Usb a 2 USB see just as a side note the K, 30 pro's cable. Has this really nice orange accent on the inside it's a little touch, not that important, but I thought it was quite cool. Nonetheless, you can see the charging and battery specs just above the phones here, yes, the s20 ultra can max out at a 45 watt charging speed, but it only comes with that 25 watt charger in the box, and I want to give you guys an impression of What you're getting with these phones out of the box, as most people are going to use these phones just straight out of the box? If you want the fastest charging speeds on the s20 ultra, you will have to pay the extra to get the official 45 watt charging accessory. Considering the phone is way more expensive than both of these. Not getting the full charging power in the box is a little bit disappointing, but maybe Samsung believes that this 25 watt charger is good enough and it may save a bit of the longevity of the battery, not charging it at those highest speeds all the time and At the 20 minute mark, we can see the me 10 Pro is already charged 50 of its battery it's, really good to know that you can get so much charge out of just 20 minutes.
However, of course, it does have the smallest battery here at four and a half thousand milliamp hours and the highest charging rate. I noticed that the s20 ultra is only a little bit behind the K 30 Pro here, even though it does have a bigger battery and apparently a slightly slower charging charging brick in this test and as we go through the tests through the middle range of the Battery the s20 ultra is actually catching up on the K 30 Pro, which looks to be slowing down a little bit and at 45 minutes it's, actually overtaking the K 30 Pro in terms of the battery percentage charged. But look at the meat M Pro it's almost done at almost an hour and the meat Emperor. Can it charge fully in under an hour? Yes, it can 57 minutes and 48 seconds naught to 100 on that phone, so that just leaves the s20 ultra and the K 30 pro, which are more or less the same about 5 in it or so, but the s20 ultra did pull ahead of the K. 30 Pro and it does keep ahead until the very end, naught to 100 percent in 1 hour and 20 minutes, and then the K 30 pro finishes just 2 minutes behind the s 20 ultra. So there we have it the meat empro, the fastest charging phone at just under an hour, but the smallest battery and the fastest charging overall, the s20 ultra in the middle of the other two proving that the headline amount of watts that you get as a charging Speed isn't the whole story: it has a much bigger battery under 25 watts.
Charging with the brick should be slower than the K 30 Pro, but it actually charged a little bit quicker. Considering the price of the K 30 pro, it definitely did a good job of charging that big battery in around the same time as the s 20.