Galaxy Watch Confirmed By Leaked Samsung Wireless Charger Duo EP-N6100

Posted: Jul 23 2018, 3:32am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 23 2018, 3:36am CDT, in Technology News


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Galaxy Watch Confirmed by Leaked Samsung Wireless Charger Duo EP-N6100

The Galaxy Note 9 event will be bigger than expected.

Samsung is scheduled to reveal the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9. Besides the new large Samsung smartphone, the South Korean tech giant will also reveal the long-awaited Samsung Galaxy Watch. Samsung has made smartwatches before, but now there will be Galaxy-branded one. The confirmation comes from leaked box images of another new device from Samsung.

The Samsung Wireless Charger Duo EP-N6100 broke cover over the weekend through German tech blogger Roland Quandt. He shared an image of the box showing the dual wireless charger. This accessory charges the Galaxy smartphone and the Galaxy Watch at the same time. Apple's unreleased AirPower is offering the same functionality eventually.

The box clearly reveals the Galaxy Watch as the smartwatch is listed as supported devices for the EP-N6100.

Update: New images show the content of the Samsung Duo Wireless Charger, courtesy of Dutch tech news site LetsGoDigital. The wireless charging stand has a vertical holder for the Galaxy Smartphone and a flat charger for the Galaxy Watch next to it. See the image in the gallery.

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