Samsung Wireless Charging devices

Samsung's Wireless Charging Range

Wireless Charging Range

The Samsung Wireless Charging range first launched in April 2015 and has been a constant feature across their mobile devices and accessories range.

 

Category Model

Model

Released

Smartphones Note 8

Aug 2017

Smartphones Leader 8

Oct 2017

Smartphones Leadership 8

Dec 2018

Smartphones Samsung Z Flip Galaxy Z Flip

Feb 2020

Smartphones Samsung Galaxy Fold Galaxy Fold

Feb 2019

Smartphones Samsung S20 Ultra Galaxy S20 Ultra

Feb 2020

Smartphones Samsung S20+ Galaxy S20+

Feb 2020

Smartphones Samsung S20 Galaxy S20

Feb 2020

Smartphones Samsung S10 Galaxy S10

Feb 2019

Smartphones Samsung S10+ Galaxy S10+

Feb 2019

Smartphones Samsung S10E Galaxy S10E

Feb 2019

Smartphones Samsung S9+ Galaxy S9+

Mar 2018

Smartphones Samsung S9 Galaxy S9

Mar 2018

Smartphones Samsung S8 Active Galaxy S8 Active

Aug 2017

Smartphones Samsung S8+ Galaxy S8+

Mar 2017

Smartphones Samsung S8 Galaxy S8

Mar 2017

Smartphones Galaxy S7 Active

Jun 2016

Smartphones Galaxy S7 Edge

Feb 2016

Smartphones Galaxy S7

Feb 2016

Smartphones Galaxy S6 Edge+

Aug 2015

Smartphones Galaxy S6 Active

June 2015

Smartphones Galaxy S6 Edge

Apr 2015

Smartphones Galaxy S6

Apr 2015

Smartphones Samsung Note 10+ Galaxy Note 10+

Aug 2019

Smartphones Samsung Note 10 Galaxy Note 10

Aug 2019

Smartphones Galaxy Note 9

Aug 2018

Smartphones Galaxy Note 4

Oct 2014

Smartphones Samsung W2016

Nov 2015

Audio Samsung Buds+ Galaxy Buds +

Feb 2020

Audio Samsung Buds Galaxy Buds

Feb 2019

Watches Samsung Watch Active Galaxy Watch Active

Feb 2019

Watches Samsung Watch Galaxy Watch

Aug 2018

 

How does Wireless Charging Work?

Samsung wireless charging works using magnetic induction. The mobile device is placed on the CHARGhub, and the phone will automatically start charging.

Charging could be effected by the thickness or the material of a phone case.

The magnetic induction charging could damage the magnetic strips found on the back of credit/debit cards, or the RFID chips found in cards. These should be removed from the device before charging.

It is normal for the mobile device to slightly warm, if the phone gets too warm, the mobile device may stop charging at around 80%, and only restart charging once the phone has cooled.

Wireless charging will not work, if the mobile device is connected via USB to another device.

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