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Samsung's Upcoming Fast Wireless Charger Hits The FCC

2 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

It seems like Samsung is planning to announce a faster wireless charger in the near future, as one such device has just paid a visit to the FCC. This new wireless charger comes with an input of 12V/2.1A, and it carries the ‘EP-N6100' model number. Samsung's current-gen wireless charger sports the ‘EP-N5100' model number, and is capable of 5V/2A and 9V/1.67A wireless charging, for comparison's sake.
Now, considering that the Galaxy Note 9 is the company's upcoming flagship, and that it is expected to arrive in about two months, chances are this wireless charger will launch along with the...
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