Thursday, May 10, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 wireless charger hits eleventh-hour delay

Samsung Galaxy S3 wireless charger hits eleventh-hour delay

Samsung Galaxy S3 quad-core Android smartphone will be launch at the end of this month, but some of its apps, technology and accessories have hit a last-minute delay - with the innovative wireless charger. Samsung Galaxy S III latest smartphone, unveiled to the public for the opening time earlier this month, features a battery included important inductive charging system. It’s also have to keep the phone topped up without need to remember to plug in a micro-USB cable.

Samsung Galaxy S3 is being released on the 29th of May 2012 will include wireless charging capabilities; users will not be able to take advantage of the facility until September. Samsung has not understood anything regarding the delay so far nor have they given their reasons, however if you don’t mind third-party wireless chargers, Mobile Fun is apparently looking for third-party alternative in an effort to appease individuals who are buying the Galaxy S3.
The wireless charging system requires a power transmitter to work: Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone is placed on top of the power transmitter, and its inductive coils pick up the energy and start to charge the internal battery. Sadly, Samsung has delayed the wireless charger's launch until sometime in September. The reason for delay is not yet known, but has been confirmed by retailers. With wireless charging one of the more innovative changes from the Galaxy S II to the S3, the delay will likely leave buyers upset.


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