We've been hearing about "magnetic resonance" wireless charging for years, with rumors connected to tech ranging from TVs to Apple accesories.
But the latest says the Samsung Galaxy S6 will be the first commercial gadget to actual use the new wireless charging tech.
That's according to an alleged Korean report cited by Patently Apple, which notes that the Galaxy S6's magnetic resonance charging could "push the entire industry" to finally start using it.
Magnetic resonance chargers send electromagnetic energy to devices with identical resonant frequencies, transferring power efficiently with zero wires.
The report also says the Galaxy S6 will sport a 64-bit processor - either the Snapdragon 810 or a Samsung-made Exynos chip - plus a 20-megapixel camera, 4GB of RAM, and two curved edges.
Unfortunately there's no word here on whether Samsung has really ditched its plans for an all-metal Galaxy S6, so it seems like we'll just have to wait until the new Samsung flagship is announced - hopefully at MWC 2015 - to find out.