Today, in South Korea, Samsung announced that it has started mass-producing wireless charging modules for smartphones.
The new module – developed by Samsung Electro-Mechanics, and pictured below – is really thin, and can be attached to a smartphone’s back cover (on the inside, of course).
Samsung already has a handset that supports wireless charting – the Galaxy S III flagship. And now that wireless charging modules are being mass-produced, we should expect newer Samsung smartphones to support the technology, too.
Via Press release (in Korean)
- LG’s Galaxy S III competitor (the D1L) to have built-in wireless charging
- Samsung Galaxy S and S II sold in more than 30 million units
- Samsung intros new CMOS HD-capable image sensors for mobiles
- LG Optimus LTE 2 introduced: 2GB of RAM, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
- Samsung Galaxy S III wireless charger to be launched only in September?