Samsung seems to be working on a new wireless charger. The South Korean tech giant is known for its vast portfolio that not only includes phones, laptops and home appliances but also accessories that complement the user experience. Some of the Samsung phones out there in the market offer wireless charging support. The company is gearing up for the launch of the new Samsung SmartThings Station.
The new Samsung SmartThings Station wireless charger has been spotted on the FCC website ahead of its launch. The listing reveals the charging speeds of the upcoming Samsung wireless charger. Let’s take a look at the specifications and features of the Samsung SmartThings Station revealed via the online listing on FCC
Samsung SmartThings Station FCC
The Samsung SmartThings Station will be a new wireless charging station launching soon. It has been spotted on the FCC website. According to the details revealed via the listing, the Samsung wireless charging station will have a peak wireless charging speed of 15W.
The wireless charger has the model number EP-P9500. It comes with support for Zigbee, which is a wireless radio frequency communication protocol designed for the control, monitoring, and status-reading of connected devices. The FCC listing further reveals that the charger requires 25W input to support 15W wireless charging. It can charge different devices at different speeds. For example, while a phone can be charged at 15W, the wireless charging station can charge a compatible Bluetooth wireless headset at as low as 2W. The FCC listing also reveals that the wireless charger has a square shape design with curved corners.
Other details of the wireless charger are unknown. The device could be used to charge the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series and older generation models, such as the Galaxy S22 series or even the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the Galaxy Z Flip 4 foldable phones. There is no word on the launch date or availability details of the charger. We can expect Samsung to announce more details about the upcoming wireless charger in the coming days. We will share more details as and when available.