Samsung fast Charge Wireless Charger is coming soon

Samsung logoIf you’re a fan of wireless charging and love how you can easily charge a device by placing it on top of a wireless charging surface, then you might be interested in Samsung’s recently announced fast charge wireless charger. The device was not mentioned during the company’s recent smartphone announcement, but we suppose it’s still here all the same.

The device appears to have been designed for the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ in mind. By pairing either handset with the charger, Samsung has promised faster charge times, which is apparently around 1.4 times faster than regular wireless charging, so if the speed of wireless charging has always bugged you, hopefully this fast charge will fix that.

Samsung fast Charge Wireless Charger is coming soon

That being said, at the end of the day it is a Qi wireless charger so even if you don’t own a Samsung handset, you can still charge your Qi-compatible devices on the charger. However they will not receive the fast charge feature since this is dependent on your phone’s hardware, but it will still act as a regular wireless charger.

The device does not come cheap as it is priced at $69.99. No word on when it will be released either as Samsung has stated that it will be coming soon, but if you’d like to learn more then hit up Samsung’s website for the details.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, Samsung, smartphones

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