Wireless chargers are slowly making their mark in the mobile market, and companies around the world are providing built-in support for wireless charging in their flagship phones. With the future in mind, LG today announced WCP-300, the world’s smallest wireless charger at the ongoing Mobile World Congress.
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LG says that the WCP-300 though on 6.3cm in diameter provides a charging area 1.7 times wider than the company’s previous generation wireless charger. The charger is Qi certified and is compatible with any smartphone with the same certification as well as any charger that uses a 5-pin micro-USB. The WCP-300 works on electromagnetic induction technology that produces a magnetic field which in turn generates an electric current to charge the batteries in devices placed on the charging pad. Also Read - MWC 2020: Who is attending and who is not due to Coronavirus outbreak
The WCP-300 will support Nexus 4, LG Spectrum 2, Optimus G Pro, Vu II and LTE II smartphones among others. It will be available in South Korea as early as next week and should be available at other countries soon after.