Samsung made a wireless charger that can charge two devices at the same time
Finally, a wireless charger that can charge two phones at the same.
When it comes to wireless chargers, the only thing they’re good for is, well, charging a single device. That’s all going to change soon because Samsung is blessing the world with a wireless charger that can charge two devices at the same time.
The newly minted charger is called the Samsung Wireless Charger Duo, which was leaked by Roland Quandt, the self-proclaimed “master of cheap scoops,” as described on his Twitter bio. According to Roland’s tweet that leaks the charger’s packaging, the device can charge the Galaxy Watch along with any compatible QI certified product. You can also charge two phones at the same time, according to Mashable.
This is the Samsung Wireless Charger Duo (EP-N6100) for the Galaxy Note 9. Charges the Galaxy Watch alongside the phone. pic.twitter.com/VnP10xAhvb
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 21, 2018
Sure, this image doesn’t offer us any bonified proof that this actual device exists, but judging from the packing, this seems like the real deal. As Mashable notes, “what’s written on the packaging is more than enough to give us an idea of what it does.” I couldn’t agree more.
Luckily, we’ll find out more at Samsung’s “Unpacked” event, which scheduled to go down on August 9. We’ll most likely see the Wireless Charger Duo launched at this event, which means they’ll beat Apple to the punch for its much-anticipated AirPower charger, which is pretty much the same thing, with the only difference being the AirPower can charge three devices at the same time.
Again, we’ll find out for sure on August 9th, where Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 9 along with the new Galaxy Watch. Tune back for more updates, we’ll keep you posted.
What do you think about this new dual-charger? Is this something you have always wanted? Let us know down below.
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