New Samsung Galaxy S6 teaser shows wireless charging

Phone will support number of different versions of the technology — allowing users to charge the phone using many of the confusing and competing wireless charging standards.

New Samsung Galaxy S6 teaser shows wireless charging

The second video in the #TheNextGalaxy series is out and it’s as vague as ever, but it seems to promise fast performance (“The faster I am, the more that gets done”) and long battery life (“And the more time I can give to others”). The previous Samsung Galaxy S6 teaser video focused on the camera and changed the profile pic of the Samsung Mobile account to the outline of a camera module.

This new video brings a different sigil – a lightning bolt. You could argue this is “lightning fast” and connect it to the chipset performance – Samsung’s own Exynos 7420 according to rumors. Another way to read this is wireless charging, we’ve heard talk that the Galaxy S6 will have only a 2,600mAh battery and use wireless charging to offset the small-ish capacity. The new flagship will be officially unveiled at the beginning of March at the MWC in Barcelona, but that’s not for two more weeks. We should see several other teaser videos until then.

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