While the rumors around Samsung’s upcoming Wireless Charger Duo is all over the web, Amazon has accidentally revealed the device before the launch. According to Gizmodo, yesterday at an Amazon holiday press preview event, the company showcased hundreds of products including the one unannounced Samsung Wireless Charger Duo.
As for the official release date, nothing has been reported so far. But when it comes to Samsung Wireless Charger Duo in general, the charger on display wasn’t functioning properly. There was a sticker on the back that noted an input rating of 12V and 2.1A. It also includes a single USB-C port on the back.
We saw the press renders of Wireless Charger Duo earlier this week. These renders were leaked by Roland Quandt on his Twitter account showcasing it from different angles. It was noted in the tweet that Samsung is planning to launch two types of wireless chargers to give its customer the option to pick and choose according to their personal needs.
As seen in render images, one alleged Samsung Wireless Duo Charger with model number EP-P3100 looked smaller and more affordable of the two. It might only charge just one device at any given time while the other model EP-P6100 could charge two devices at the same time. Both these models are likely to be capable of providing fast charging capabilities.
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Samsung is planning to launch the accessory along with its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and its upcoming smartwatch, the Samsung Galaxy Watch on August 9 in New York. In addition to both these devices. It is likely that Samsung is planning to launch the much anticipated Battle Royale game Fortnite for Android at the launch event.