Back in 2018, Samsung unveiled the Wireless Charger Duo to tease the fast-wireless charging capabilities of its smartphones. This year, the company unveiled the Samsung Wireless Charger Trio which is a much more complete solution for charging phones, Galaxy Watches, and other supported devices. Today, the Korean giant decided to open the availability of the product in its homeland. The Wireless Charger Trio is now up for grabs along with the PD Battery Pack 20,000mAh.
The Wireless Charger Trio is the company’s best accessory for wireless charging
The Samsung Wireless Charger Trio comes with six coils and offers 9W fast charging. If you have any Qi-compatible devices, you will be able to charge them using the product. The charger will offer at least 5W charging speed depending on your device. Apple devices can get charged with a 7.5W charging speed. Users can now schedule the charger to turn on or off automatically which is a sweet addition.
Even if your devices are covered with protective cases or skins, the charger can still refuel them easily. Although the case or skin should not be thicker than 3mm otherwise the charger might not work as it intends to. You might see more heat generation along with longer charging time due to the dropping of wattage. Just like the previous-gen Duo, this one too comes with an array of indicator LEDs that shows which device is currently charging or which has been changed completely. As you can see from the images, there is a dedicated space with a magnet for your Galaxy smartwatches.
The company is also bringing a massive PD Power Bank to its homeland with a 20,000mAh battery. This particular device features two USB-C and a single USB-A port. It brings support for Samsung Adaptive Fast Charge and Qualcomm QuickCharge 2.0 with up to 15W as well as USB PowerDelivery at up to 25W. The power bank can provide the same speed as the charging bricks of modern Galaxy smartphones. According to the company, the power bank is perfect for replenishing a Galaxy Note 20 or Tab S7+ device.
The power bank has 69.2 x 143.1 x 25.4mm overall dimensions and weighs in at 392 grams. It’s not a compact device, but we can understand since it’s a whopping 20,000mAh power bank that can provide four to five charges to modern handsets with 4,000mAh batteries. In South-Korea, the price is KRW 77,000 ($66/€56).
According to the source, the devices are not widely available in South-Korea yet. Perhaps, customers waiting to buy from third-party retailers will have to wait a little bit longer.