Though Samsung has pinned up its hopes for a business revival on the upcoming Galaxy S6, most in the tech fraternity have already found their disappointment in Samsung’s upcoming flagship. Well, a new blogpost by the company might just be in time to make amendments to the impression Galaxy S6 rumours have made so far.
Wireless charging, this is something that you would have not imagined Samsung to infuse it into devices so soon. Well, its coming in the Galaxy S6.
The much awaited flagship device is scheduled to set its foot on ground in less than 2 weeks. However, Samsung has now indirectly indicated via its blogpost towards a possible inclusion of a next-gen wireless charging feature in the upcoming Galaxy S6.
Seho Park, the company’s lead engineer for IT and mobile, wrote in the blogpost–
It is expected that 2015 will be a landmark year for the growth of wireless charging deployment, as wireless charging stations will begin to appear in more and more public places. Samsung will accelerate to democratize this wireless charging technology with compelling smartphones. With our upcoming Galaxy smartphones, users will be able to enter a new wireless world like never before.
The Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 support wireless charging, but only with the help of optional accessory backs designed for the purpose. Sony was little quick to add this technology to its Z series devices.
Park points to the fact that recently released components have allowed multiple wireless charging standards on a single chip, which will allow the S6 to navigate the various kinds of charging systems.
Samsung has learned a lesson or two from its previous experiences and is launching its upcoming flagship device in a well planned strategy. It’s obvious that Samsung wants to cover a major part of the sales decline that it incurred last year. In a previous leak, Samsung talked about a high quality camera that the Galaxy S6 will possess.
Samsung earlier talked about going back to drawing board in order to bring out a whole new design for its new galaxy flagship device. However, it proved to be a disappointment since new leaks showed the design similarity that the Galaxy S6 has inherited from Apple’s iPhone.
The sixth-generation Galaxy S is set to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress on March 1st, which is when we’ll find out exactly what technology the flagship device will bring along.