Samsung Launches UV Sterilizer with Wireless Charging to Disinfect Smartphones and Accessories

Yolanda Curtis
August 2, 2020

Samsung is one such company.

"The UV Steriliser is a ideal and compact device to keep our personal daily belongings germ free, protected and disinfected", Mohandeep Singh, who is Senior Vice President for Mobile Business at Samsung India said in a statement. 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 has launched a UV Steriliser for smartphones, accessories and other essential items in India.

Manufactured through Samsung C&T, a spouse of the Samsung Cell Accent Partnership Program (SMAPP), the brand new UV Sterilizer comes throughout as a small and to hand instrument that may accommodate even the most important of Samsung smartphones such because the Galaxy S20 Extremely.

Samsung's UV Steriliser uses a single button to quickly get to business. The results of the testing confirm that the sterilizer can effectively kill up to 99 percent of bacteria and germs that include includes E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans. The device comes with a 10W Wireless Charger that can charge the Galaxy smartphone, Galaxy Buds or other devices. Once switched on, it sterilizes your phone and automatically goes off after 10 minutes. 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. The gadget will be sold at Samsung offline stores, Samsung's online store and all other retail channels in India.

Mohandeep Singh, Senior President of Samsung India said in his statement that Samsung is continuously developing innovative gadgets, which are very useful for our users. Samsung claims that the charging continues even after sanitization is done so that the device is not just disinfected but also charged when picked up.

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