Samsung is one such company. "The UV Sterilizer is a ideal and compact device to keep our personal daily belongings germ free, protected and disinfected", said Mohandeep Singh, Senior Vice President, Mobile Business, Samsung India. Currently, personal hygiene has become more necessary than ever, and to prevent the spread of bacteria and germs, we are launching a new UV sterilizer with wireless charging.
Samsung just dropped a new UV sterilizer in India that supports wireless charging. Additionally, Samsung revealed that any device with Qi-compatible wireless charging can be charged. Priced at Rs 3,599, Samsung says that the device can be used to disinfect Galaxy smartphones, Galaxy Buds and smartwatch, among others in just 10 minutes.
"The UV Sterilizer is a flawless and compact device to keep our personal daily belongings germ free, protected, and disinfected", said Mohandeep Singh, Senior Vice President, Mobile Business, Samsung India.
The new service will not only help consumers book a home demo for their favourite Galaxy devices online, but will also enable them to purchase the device online and get it home delivered from a nearby Samsung exclusive outlet, the company said in a statement.
Samsung mentioned the instrument has been qualified through Intertek and SGS, and has been discovered to be efficient in getting rid of as much as 99 p.c micro organism, germs advert different destructive organisms such because the E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans, and so forth.
Interestingly, Samsung's UV sterilizer also functions as a 10W wireless charger. And charging will continue after your device has been sterilized. "The UV Sterilizer is a ideal and compact device to keep our personal daily belongings germ free, protected and disinfected". The UV Steriliser also comes with dual-LED indicator lights to help users understand when it's working and when the sanitisation process is complete. Moreover, users will not have to keep waiting to switch off as the device automatically switches off after 10 minutes of usage.
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