Now Samsung’s company has introduced its new device UV Sterilizer to discharge viruses and bacteria, with the help of which not only will the gadgets be cleaned but users will also get the option of wireless charging. This special wireless charging is launched by South Korean electronics brand Samsung. With the help of UV sterilizer, users can disinfect their smartphones, buds, accessories and smart wearables in just 10 minutes. With the help of UV sterilizers, 99 percent of bacteria and viruses such as E. coli, Staphylocle aureus, and Candida albicans die. We get this information from the certification organizations Intertek and SGS test. This will reduce the chances of getting gadgets infection.
UV Gadget Sterilizing
The new Samsung device can clean and disinfect UV sterilizer gadgets and devices. With the help of this sterilizing box, big phones in size like Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy Note 10+ can also be disinfected. Samsung has created this as part of its mobile partnership program with C&T. In this, dual UV lights are provided in the box to sterilize the gadget. According to tests conducted by two independent certification institutions Intertek and SGS, the UV sterilizer effectively kills 99 percent of bacteria and germs, including E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Candida albicans. Its compact and sleek design makes it easy to carry anywhere.
Wireless charging with UV sterilizing
Along with cleaning, you can also charge the device with wireless tech. The box has a single button, which turns it on and off. After placing the gadget in it, the device starts its work as soon as it is turned on and automatically turns off after 10 minutes. This sterilizer comes with a 10W wireless charger. All gadgets with QI enabled wireless charging can be charged with its help.
At present, personal hygiene has become necessary and is introducing wireless charging with a new UV sterilizer to prevent the spread of bacteria and germs. In the era of Coronavirus, there are reports of the virus spreading in various ways. Some reports have reports of the corona decision from an electronics device. In this case, sterilizing the device can prove to be quite beneficial. According to the British researcher, mobile handsets are becoming big houses of germs. The condition is that 18 times more germs than a toilet flush handle are found in a common handset.