Samsung Will Launch Wireless Chargers for Galaxy Watch 2 & Note 10

Samsung is planning to launch two new wireless chargers for their upcoming devices. The first is a wireless charging stand which will probably begin with Samsung’s forthcoming flagship device, Galaxy Note 10. Another one predicts to launch with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 2. It is the next generation Galaxy Watch by the company, which mention in documentation with the code name of the Renaissance. Last year the company launched Galaxy Watch with various advanced features.

The Galaxy Watch 2 carries the model code SM-R825 and at FCC listing the charger with product code EPOR825 spotted by Galaxy Club. At the present moment, very few details about the upcoming watch model have leaked. However, the new trademark application filed by Samsung mentions that there will be no physical rotating bezel in the future watch. Trademark application suggests about Digital Bezel, Touch Bezel, and Touch Wheel, which is enough to guess about the upgradations in Galaxy watch 2.

Galaxy Note 10

Samsung’s other product wireless fast charging stand is predicted to go on sale with Galaxy Note 10. Last year Samsung launched fast charging stand EP-N5100 with Galaxy S9, and this year it’s planning to launch the successor device EP-N5200. According to the information, the new wireless charging stand will capable of 20-watt wireless fast charging. More or less, Samsung will launch this premium charger in August, simultaneously with its flagship device Galaxy Note 10.

Several leaks about the Galaxy Note 10 suggest that it will launch in August this year and packed with some new features. Compared to Galaxy Note 9, this flagship device has slight changes in design. It includes a single punch hole selfie camera, removal of physical Bixby button, and headphone jack. The device will be packed with up to 12GB RAM and will be powered by Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 depending on the region.

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