Galaxy S III may offer next-gen wireless charging solution as standard, sources claim
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S III may allow users the opportunity to charge their device without plugging it in to an outlet, by offering the very latest in wireless charging technology, reports claim.
The device, which is expected to be unveiled at some point in Q2, is reported to feature a wireless charging solution out of the box, and may even support recharging from up to six feet away, allowing users to simply sit within spitting distance of their wireless charger and top-up on much-needed juice.
The technology was discussed by an unnamed source close to the Galaxy S III project in an interview with Korean site DDaily. The source claims that Samsung's unique resonant magnetic induction system will improve the level of efficiency offered, which has, until now, been a major setback in mass-produced wireless charging products.
Critically, the source also claims that Samsung is looking to launch the Galaxy S III with this technology included as standard. This will be another major selling point for a device that is already enjoying no shortage of attention in the build-up to its official release.