Samsung has filed an application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office that reveals a wireless charger for two devices that also has the ability to operate remotely. The charging accessory we can see in the images accompanying the patent application is rather reminiscent of AirPower, Apple’s charging cradle that allows you to charge two devices at the same time and is compatible with iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods.
Samsung wants to secure it’s wireless charging technology so that no one can copy their work. This signifies that they are working hard to improve wireless charging technology. Thus we’ve a good news who want to use their smartphone remotely while charging.
The technology of wireless energy transfer has been costly to become popular, but now that it has been implemented in the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + or iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus everything points to that soon many other mobile phones as well they will include it.
With the new patent application, the South Korean company shows us that it is actively working to improve its technology. In fact, the new Samsung wireless charger will have the advantage that you can charge the battery at a distance, a very valuable feature to be unmarked from other manufacturers.
Samsung’s new wireless charging cradle supports two devices simultaneously and is compatible with smartphone and smart watch. According to the patent description, the charger uses two different charging methods.
The first is magnetic induction, which requires the base to be positioned no more than 7 mm from the receiving device. Second is the magnetic resonance load, which is the most advanced system and allows the charging pad and the device to be placed at a greater distance from each other.
At the moment we only know the patent application and it is not yet known if Samsung will develop this charger at a distance, although it is possible that this wireless charging base will be presented next February together with the Samsung Galaxy S9.