Samsung Wireless Charger Hub Spotted on Bluetooth SIG, Possibly For Galaxy S23 Series

Samsung Wireless Charger Hub could offer up to 15W wireless charging.


Samsung is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy S23 series devices at Unpacked 2023 in early 2023. Alongside, the brand will reportedly launch a Wireless Charging Hub. The upcoming Samsung Wireless Charging Hub will be a successor to the Trio Pad Wireless Charger which was introduced back in 2020. Months ahead of the launch, we have now spotted the upcoming Samsung Wireless Charger Hub with model number EP-P9500 on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group certification website.

The Samsung Wireless Charger Hub, as the name suggests, should be able to charge multiple devices wirelessly simultaneously. Let us take a closer look at the information revealed via the Samsung Wireless Charger Hub Bluetooth SIG certification.

Samsung Wireless Charger Hub (EP-P9500) Bluetooth SIG

The Bluetooth SIG certification for the upcoming Samsung Wireless Charger Hub reveals the model number, which is EP-P9500. Apart from it, the listing reveals the design name of the product, which is SmartThings Station. It mentions the hardware version number as REV0.1 and the software version number as P9500.001. Apart from it, the certification listing doesn’t reveal anything about the upcoming Samsung wireless charger.

However, there are speculations that the Samsung Wireless Charger Hub might support up to 15W wireless charging, which will be about 67% more compared to Samsung’s Trio Pad Wireless Charger. To those unaware, the existing wireless accessory supports 9W wireless charging and can charge up to three devices at a time. We can expect the upcoming Samsung Wireless Charger Hub to charge three or more devices simultaneously.

It is not clear if Samsung’s Wireless Charger Hub will feature a design language similar to that of the Trio Pad Wireless charger. Also, the specifications and features of the upcoming Samsung charger are under wraps as of now. However, we can expect the Samsung Wireless Charger Hub to make an appearance on other certification websites in the coming weeks.

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