Samsung is about to release its wireless chargers for the Galaxy Watch and for the smartphones. These chargers are expected to be announced along with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Details Obtained from FCC
It is from the FCC that several details have been obtained. The rest are being built through connecting the dots. The product code for the charger appearing on the FCC site is EP-OR825. The model number mentioned internally for the next Samsung Watch is SM-R825. The next connection is the mention of the name ‘Renaissance’. Again, Samsung Watch 2 is codenamed ‘Renaissance’.
Trademark Applications for Watch Dials
There are other means of gathering information. Samsung has been filing applications for trademark registrations and one such application mentions Digital Bezel, Touch Bezel, and Touch Wheel. These, by themselves, may not reveal much. However, there are many possibilities being hinted at, one of them being that the company may opt for a digital bezel instead of a mechanical one in the previous model.
The Other Wireless Fast Charger for Smartphones
The last wireless fast charger released in 2018 carried the model number EP-N5100 and was rated at 15 W. This was released along with the flagship released then, the Samsung Galaxy S9. Now there are indications the South Korean company is on its way to launching the successor model that will be called the EP-N5200 and could be rated higher at 20W.
The current understanding is that this new wireless charger could be unveiled at the event when the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be launched by the company. Rumors are that this event may be held in New York on August 7.
Much of the above information is in the realm of speculation and expectation. There is no official confirmation. If these are unconfirmed, there is no way to guess what kind of pricing Samsung will announce these new generation fast chargers.
You will have to wait till August to know those details.
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