yes, unfortunately it`s a near fit so some folk force them in and it doesn`t do either plug or socket much good. people do it so often and "get away with it" that it becomes perceived as "normalYou can use an adaptor, 1A is 230W.
However UK shaver / toothbrush plugs are not EU plugs even though they have a similar appearance. You need an EU to UK adaptor.
Forking out what.. a tenner?forking out for a dedicated UK charger
For a decent 65w charger, the cheapest I've seen is around £21, but could go all the way to £35.Forking out what.. a tenner?
Ps, you may well find that the charger lump and the euro plug part can be separated and the euro bit replaced with a uk bit
PPS - are you sure you're not just being sucked into marketing hype - https://9to5google.com/2022/03/10/galaxy-s22-charging-45w-comparison/
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