Samsung’s New Galaxy S Series Use IDT’s Next-Gen Wireless Charging Solutions

The latest iterations of Samsung’s Galaxy S Series, will be using Integrated Device Technology’s (IDT) next-gen wireless charging solutions. These devices will are the most recent Samsung devices to use IDT wireless power IC solutions and all are certified to the Wireless Power Consortium's (WPC) popular Qi charging protocol.

Using the innovative Wireless PowerShare technology from IDT, Samsung has created a charging ecosystem for customers to charge their accessories as well as other phones with the new S10 smartphones. IDT is the global leader in wireless power solutions for both the receivers (Rx) used in smartphones and other applications, as well as the transmitters (Tx) used in charging pads and automotive in-cabin applications. The company’s wireless power receivers and transmitters are highly-integrated, single-chip ICs based on an industry-leading 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0 processor and are designed to support the latest WPC Qi specifications.

While the highly integrated transmitter ICs are designed for use in fixed and portable charging bases, the ultra-compact, low-power receiver ICs are targeted at portable devices and accessories. With variations in input voltages, wireless power standards support, and coil types/numbers, IDT’s wireless power solutions are suitable for a wide range of applications spanning virtually all markets and industries. In addition, some wireless charger ICs can provide additional benefits for increased wattage and control when paired together.

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