Samsung To Launch Affordable Wireless Charger For Mid-Range Smartphones – At the dispatch of Galaxy Note 9 in August, Samsung propelled its freshest remote charger named the Remote Charger Couple. The gadget is intended to remotely charge two gadget on the double, say a cell phone and a wearable. Presently, reports have developed that Samsung is chipping away at another remote charger that will be it’s least expensive yet.
The Korean monster has been patching up its item portfolio to bring highlights found on its exceptional models down to mid-run variations also. That technique played out first when the organization propelled the Galaxy A8 with Vastness Showplan and taller 18.5:9 screen and slimmer bezels. Presently, with the end goal to challenge Chinese adversaries, Samsung is apparently intending to present a moderate remote charger. As per GalaxyClub.nl, the new reasonable remote charger will be valued at €34.99 (around Rs 2,900).
In India, Samsung’s less expensive remote charger is known as the Remote Charger Stand, and it retails for Rs 3,299. By presenting a much less expensive form of its remote charger, Samsung could propel more clients to utilize remote charging over wired charging when they purchase their next Galaxy gadget.
According to a leaked FCC listing, the wireless charger will bear the model number EP-P1100 and will support 10W wireless charging rated at 5V and 2A. It is said to support 9V x 1.67A, translating to 15W wired charging. This is in line with Samsung’s current offering in the market.
Samsung is under pressure from Chinese smartphone maker and has been losing market share in key markets like India. It has also lost in a big way in China, the world’s largest smartphone market. Now, the company is trying to make a comeback by offering key features like water-resistant design and wireless charging to its mid-range devices as well.