Another unannounced wireless charger from Samsung leaked online over the weekend, with its seemingly official renders being shared by Roland Quandt, a known industry insider from Germany. The images seen in the gallery below show a gadget identified by the model number EP-P3100, whereas the one that leaked a week ago was presented as the EP-N6100. The final image in the gallery shows that particular charger which features two pads, whereas the others depict the EP-P3100. Both are expected to be announced alongside the Galaxy Note 9 early next month, with the EP-P3100 apparently only being capable of charging one device at a time.
On the other hand, the EP-N6100 sports two pads, hence providing consumers with the ability to refill two devices simultaneously. The accessory is expected to be advertised as the Samsung Wireless Charger Duo and be priced at approximately $70, depending on the market. A recent set of renders obtained by AndroidHeadlines suggested Samsung is planning to run a number of pre-order promotions in order to incentivize consumers to place an advanced order on the Galaxy Note 9, though the company's upcoming wireless chargers are unlikely to be part of any bundle offered by the company.
Much like Samsung's existing high-end portfolio, the Galaxy Note 9 should support fast wireless charging based on the Qi standard, though it's likely to take longer to completely replenish its energy levels seeing how a number of recent leaks indicated it will pack a 4,000mAh battery whose capacity is over 20-percent larger than that of the cell found inside the Galaxy Note 8. The South Korean tech giant already confirmed the Galaxy Note 9 will be announced at its next "Unpacked" event taking place in New York City on August 9, with the device being expected to go on sale globally on August 24. The Android phablet should start at around $960, offer a dual-camera setup, 6GB of RAM, and a Bluetooth-enabled S Pen stylus.