Some leaked products indicate that yes, the phone will support fast charging up to 45W. The power brick has already shown up with a model number, and some European retailers are already listing it for sale.
But that’s the catch; it looks like you’re going to have to buy this separately if you want to charge your Galaxy Note 10 at the ludicrously fast advertised speeds. Samsung isn’t going to be putting it in the box with the phone. We’ll most likely be getting just the standard fast charging brick that Samsung has been using for a few years, so it’s not like they’re pulling an Apple and only using a 5W brick by default.
And sure, that charger looks to be pretty pricey, with retailers having a €50 price tag already listed. But we’re expecting the Galaxy Note 10 to have a starting price tag of over $1100, so why couldn’t Samsung spend a few more bucks and toss one in to really win power users over?