With the people on the go and on the long drives and the situation of loosing the charge is what everyone is concerned with. All phones and tablets with continuous use require an efficient charging solution which is safe as well as effective. Samsung invents an efficient dual port charging solution to the users capable to delivering a uniform and static charge while on the go and ensures that your device never goes out of power.
- Quick Car Charger with 1 USB ports
- Intelligent circuitry
- Max. Output voltage per port 15W
- Premium quality charger
- Parallel charging two compatible devices
- Delivers a static and uniform charge
- Dual port delivers versatility in charging
- Includes one Micro-USB cable
- Colour: Black (EP-LN920BBEGWW)
This Samsung Charger also comes with a detachable USB to Micro USB cable, which allows you to charge your Device from a suitable USB power source if you aren’t in your car. You can also sync and transfer files between your computer and Smartphone using this Micro USB cable. (check your device for compatibility)
- Charge quickly when you need power in a hurry
- Plug in to any 12V cigarette lighter or other 12V socket
- Use your phone while the battery is still charging
- Connect and charge devices compatible with Micro USB
- Dual Slot 2Amp
This Samsung Charger plugs into a compatible 12-24V socket and charges your device while in the car so you never have to worry about running out of charge. Samsung’s quick-charging technology powers your Samsung Device while it charges its battery.
- Height - 34 mm
- Width - 34 mm
- Depth - 87 mm
- Input - DC12-24V
- Output Current Approx - 15W ( 9V 1.67 ) per port
- Connections - 1 x USB 2.0
What's in the Package:
- Official Samsung Dual Port 2 Amp Adaptive Fast In Car Charger (EP-LN920BBEGWW)
- 1 x MicroUSB Cable
- microUSB enabled devices
- SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 5
- SAMSUNG GALAXY S5
- SAMSUNG GALAXY S6
- SAMSUNG GALAXY S6 EDGE
- SAMSUNG GALAXY S6 EDGE PLUS
- SAMSUNG GALAXY S7
- SAMSUNG GALAXY S7 EDGE
- MOST MICRO USB DEVICES
What is Fast Charge?
It made use of a 9V/1.67A charger, which improved on the existing design, by offering up to 75% faster battery topping than conventional 5V, 1A chargers. That accounts for a maximum of 15W charging power.
The charging current is actually adaptive and smartphones can negotiate either regular 5V/2A current or the higher 9V/1.67A current. These chargers are safe for use with regular phones as well. It's up to the phone to determine the charging speed, which is one of the reasons why a more powerful charger does not automatically mean faster charging.
Plenty of the latest devices support Quick Charge 2.0 including the Moto X 2nd gen and the Nexus 6, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge, Sony's Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact, the HTC One M8 and the Xiaomi Mi 4. Not to mention the more recent HTC One M9 and the LG G Flex2, which utilize Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 810.
To put the technology in perspective, Qualcomm quotes a laboratory test that they've carried out where within a 30-minute charging window a smartphone with a 3300mAh battery would charge the following:
- from 0% to 60% with Quick Charge 2.0 (9 volt/1.67 amp)
- from 0 to 30% with Quick Charge 1.0 (5 volt/2 amp)
- from 0% to 12% with a conventional charger (5 volt/1 amp)