Samsung is showing off its advances in wireless charging, weeks before the company is set to reveal "what's next" at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The electronics company hasn't revealed what is on the agenda, but the invitation included a shadowy profile shot of what appeared to be a curvy device -- sparking the possibility that Samsung could unveil its Galaxy S6 smartphone with a design change on March 1.
The timing of a blog from Seho Park, Samsung's principal engineer, has led to speculation the new Galaxy S6 could include multiple wireless charging standards, allowing users to juice up their devices almost anywhere.
"Samsung will accelerate to democratize this wireless charging technology with compelling smartphones. With our upcoming Galaxy smartphones, users will be able to enter a new wireless world like never before," Park wrote.
With a new chip released last year to support multiple charging standards, Park said he expects 2015 will be a game-changing year for wireless smartphone charging.
"Two or three years ago, wireless charging was only twenty to thirty percent as fast as wired charging. But since then, we have been able to double the charging speed," he wrote.
While Samsung hasn't commented on whether the technology may be in the mystery product they're set to unveil next month, the company's Twitter dropped a big hint that consumers can expect something faster: