Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are all set to launch at the Galaxy Unpacked event, ahead of MWC 2018, in Barcelona on February 25. We have reported most of the upcoming specifications, features, and accessories that are expected to arrive with Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone range. Now, a user manual has surfaced on Samsung's official website that reveals a new wireless charger that has seemingly been designed for the Galaxy S9.
According to the user manual, this upcoming wireless charger supports fast charging at several outputs including 9V/ 1.67A, 9V/ 2A, and 12V/ 2.1A. Design schematics suggest the charger will resemble the previous variant, with a fan vent and USB Type-C port on the back, and a charging coil, indicator lights, and phone stand on the front. The phone can be placed vertically or horizontally on the charging pad.
The user manual also details that the indicator light will blink Red > Green > Orange when the wireless charger is connected to a power outlet, Red when it is charging, Green when it is fully charged, and Flashing Red when it is not charging properly.
The report also reveals some new cases for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. While the design remains pretty much constant with previous renders, the cases come with MIL-STD-810G compatibility.
Samsung's Galaxy S9 range is expected to borrow design elements from its predecessor, albeit with a few modifications including the vertical placement of the fingerprint sensor and a dual camera setup (latter is exclusive to Galaxy S9+). Apart from that, the phones might be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC in US and China, and Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC in other international markets including India.