Samsung may debut a new wireless charger alongside its Galaxy S10 series flagship smartphones next month. We have spotted a new Samsung wireless charger with the model number EP-P5200 on the FCC website. The current Samsung wireless charger carries the model number EP-N5100. Samsung’s fast wireless charger duo, on the other hand, carries the model number EP-N6100.
Samsung’s New Wireless Charger May Debut at Unpacked Event Next Month
While the Samsung EP-N5100 has a 9V 1.67A input rating, the new EP-P5200 wireless charger is rated at 12V 2.1A. This means the new wireless charger will support slightly faster wireless charging speeds compared to its predecessor. The input ratings are actually identical to the Samsung wireless charger duo. Since the Samsung wireless charger duo has a maximum output rating of 10V 0.75A, the new EP-P5200 will likely support the same output voltage. Sadly, this suggests the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphones will not support faster wireless charging speeds compared to last year’s Galaxy S9 duo and Galaxy Note 9. Just like previous Samsung wireless chargers, however, the EP-P5200 will be Qi-compatible, which means users can wireless charge any Qi-certified device with it.
Samsung is set to unveil its Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 E, and Galaxy S10 Plus flagship Android smartphones at an Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 20. In most markets, the trio is expected to go on sale before the end of the current quarter. In most areas, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus are expected to be significantly more impressive than their predecessors. They are likely to sport a revamped design with much slimmer bezels on all sides, along with an in-display selfie camera. The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will also be the company’s first flagship smartphones to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor and a triple-camera setup on the back.