Samsung-made wireless charging pad surfaces at the FCC

Samsung-made wireless charging pad surfaces at the FCC
A wireless charging pad by Samsung has surfaced at the FCC, meaning that it probably won't be long before the manufacturer releases it on the market. It's not certain which device it's optimized to work with, but the curved form resembles something like the Galaxy S III or Note II. Or maybe it's designed to work with the Galaxy S IV? Nobody knows at this point, but we guess we'll find out soon enough.

This accessory will allow you to charge your smartphone without having to plug any cables in. You just place your handset on the wireless charging pad and the juices start flowing. The charging pad, though, will have to be connected to an old-school charger like the one shown in the images below.

via: Engadget


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