Samsung hosted its first Unpacked event of the year 20222, where the brand launched the Galaxy S22 series smartphones and Galaxy Tab S8 series Android tablets. At the event, the brand was also expected to announce a new accessory in the form of a wireless charger, which is expected to be called “Samsung Wireless Charger EP-P2400“, but Samsung skipped the launch and now the wireless charger has appeared on wireless power consortium, which hints at an imminent launch.
Before appearing in the power consortium database, the wireless charger was spotted on the FCC website as well. Let’s take a look at the upcoming Samsung wireless charger in detail.
Samsung Wireless Charger EP-P2400 Spotted on Wireless Power Consortium
The upcoming Samsung wireless charger was registered on the wireless power consortium website on February 16, 2022. The charger’s potential power level is registered as 8W on the website. However, the previous leaks suggest the charger will support up to 15W fast wireless charging. In terms of design, the Samsung Wireless Charger EP-P2400 comes with a simple design with a rounded corner and a square-shaped charging pad.
This wireless charger will be compatible with smartphones, smartwatches, earbuds, and more accessories which do support Qi wireless charging protocol. For smartphones, the wireless charger EP-P2400 is expected to support 5W, 7.5W, and 15W charging speeds and for truly wireless earbuds, the charging pad is expected to support 2W charging speed.
In terms of colour options, the charger is expected to be made available in two colour options 一 Black and White. The charge will come with a USB Type-C port and previously, it was spotted while charging devices like Samsung Galaxy S21, the Note 10, and the Galaxy Buds Pro.