Samsung plus Apple tipped to include wireless charging inside next-gen flagships
8 March 2013 19:32 GMT / By Jake Smith
Smartphone leaders Apple plus Samsung usually feature wireless charging functions inside their next-generation smartphone models this year, according to a report from Digitimes.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 that’s set to be announced 14 March is mentioned to feature wireless charging functions. But, it’s not yet obvious whether the feature is embedded into the handset or when there is a substitution back cover which can charge over a separate charging pad, based on the publication.
Samsung is mentioned to employ the same Qi standard because Google that has been showcased found on the Nexus 4 as well as its wireless charger.
Apple found on the alternative hand is mentioned to be developing its own wireless charging technologies internally, instead of seeking to alternative firms for aid. The next-generation iPhone is tipped to feature wireless charging, nevertheless like the Galaxy S4, it nonetheless remains unclear when it is connected or by another accessory.
Digitimes, that has a hit-or-miss track record, sheds light found on the 2013 smartphone field because of “industry sources.”
It’s value noting Apple SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller down played wireless charging whilst talking to AllThingsD inside late 2012. “As for wireless charging, Schiller notes which the wireless charging systems nevertheless need to be plugged into the wall, thus it’s not well-defined how much efficiency they add. The widely-adopted USB cord, meanwhile, could charge inside wall outlets, computers plus even about airplanes, he mentioned.”
We’ll be viewing to find what moves Samsung makes initially, because it usually declare the Galaxy S4 at a media event inside NY about 14 March. Our sources have tipped the handset to feature a 5-inch AMOLED screen plus 8-core processor.
Apple is mentioned to debut its next-generation iPhone this summer. 9to5mac states Apple is keeping with minor specification updates plus staying away from wireless charging this year.
Via: digitimes.com Via: 9to5mac.com
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