Samsung might launch their new wireless chargers

Samsung has been one of the pioneers for wireless charging. According to a recent leak, two new wireless chargers from Samsung have been sent to the FCC for certification. So, along with the launch of the Note 10 Series, Samsung might even launch their new wireless chargers.

As mentioned above, there are two chargers sent to the FCC for certification. One of them might be for the Note 10 Series while the other one might be for the Galaxy Watch 2. The model number of the Note 10 Series Wireless charger is EP-N5200 and it’ll most likely be similar to EP-P5200. It is rumoured to have a total output of 20W – split between two charging coils – One for the phone itself and other for the watch. For comparison the EP-P5200 had a total output of 15W in which 10W was for the phone itself and 5W was dedicated to the watch.

Samsung might launch their new wireless chargers

The second charger which has been sent to FCC has a model number, EP-OR825. This is a dedicated charger for the Galaxy Watch 2 which is codenamed Renaissance. The input capacity has been specified as 5W (5V, 1A) but the output capacity hasn’t been specified or leaked yet.

Samsung has also trademarked Touch Bezel and Touch Wheel, which might be used in the Galaxy Watch 2. Samsung’s implementation of the Galaxy Watch Bezel was liked by a ton of people, but unfortunately it didn’t make its way to the Galaxy Active Watch. So maybe, this is some type of futuristic solution Samsung wanted to implement but couldn’t implement it on time with the Galaxy Active Watch. But it can be expected to be showcased on the Galaxy Watch 2.

The Galaxy Note 10 Pro is rumoured to have a 25W wired fast charging paired along with the 4,170 mAh battery. All these rumours will get confirmed soon as we head towards the launch of the Note 10 Series.

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