According to the US technology media The Verge reported on August 2, Samsung will hold a press conference next week, announcing that Galaxy Note 9, some accessories will also be launched. But last night, Amazon seems to have made one of its accessories public, not on its website, but in a physical location in New York, where the company is hosting a holiday preview event for the media.
At the event, Gizmodo discovered a dual wireless charger that Samsung has not announced but is rumored to be rampant. The device has two charging points, one for displaying the phone screen and the other for devices such as smart watches. This charger is different from the first one (Samsung has sold a wireless charger with two charging pads), which has a support pad instead of two flat charging pads.
The charger is powered by USB-C and it appears to provide enough output to support any current fast charging standard. According to the Gizmodo tag, the charger can deliver 12W from two charging points, which is enough, because Samsung's existing fast charging speed - which is already the highest in the world - is only 9W.
In the past week, Samsung's new charger has been widely leaked. In fact, it went on sale early in Russia, and some people photographed it for about $110. The package shows that the product is called the wireless charger Duo. It is assumed that we will get the full details of the charger in the Note 9 release on August 9.