LG unveils wireless charging device for mobile phones

LG unveils wireless charging device for mobile phones

LG unveils today, own wireless charging solution for mobile phones,  called the Wireless Charging Pad (WCP-700). The device uses inductive coils in the battery doors and allows mobile phones to be charged without being connected with a cable.

This Wireless Charging Pad features a compact design, measuring 6.29”x3.54”x0.39”  for convenient storage, has a multi-colored LED lights to indicate charging status and also features audible and tactile feedback when a phone is placed on it.

Unfortunately LG didn’t reveal any information about pricing or availability.

LG Wireless Charging Pad (WCP-700)

 

Source: LG

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