South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung appears to be finally getting ready for the launch of a wireless charging pad for its high-end Galaxy S III smartphone, almost one year after making the device official.
Said pad has been spotted at the FCC, where it has been granted approvals for use in the country, with support for the Qi standard, it seems.
According to the documents published by the Federal Communications Commission, the Pad will arrive on shelves with a LED indicator, meant to notify users on the status of phone’s battery.
As Techkiddy notes, a green led will blink while the phone is charging, and will remain on when the process is completed. Should there be an error during the charging process, a red led will start blinking.
Rumor has it that Samsung might bring the Wireless Charging Pad for Galaxy S III at the MWC 2013.