Samsung: FCC certified 15W wireless charging powerbank

Samsung is developing a new powerbank with a quick-charge wireless system integrated directly into the body. The FCC, the US certification body on whose database the product documentation has been published and which is identified with the model number UB-3300, has confirmed this.

It is not the first time that the Korean company has developed this type of power bank. Already last February, in fact, another portable battery (model number EB-U1200 ) had left traces of its passage always in the FCC database before its official announcement.

The aesthetic differences from the current model are almost nil. Like the latter, in fact, also the new version is characterized by a shape made of rubber material slightly raised compared to the metal body. The new model loses a USB input and is now equipped with two USB-C ports, a power button, and the status LED.

The device has a capacity of 10,000 mAh, supports fast charging up to 15W wirelessly and 25W via cable.

Unknown, at least until now, the possible sales prices and launch times.

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