LG Introduces The WCP-300 Wireless Charger

  • Electromagnetic induction technology
  • Wireless Power Consortium certified
  • Support for upcoming devices

LG Electronics recently announced the WCP-300 wireless charger at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain.

  • Electromagnetic induction technology
  • Wireless Power Consortium certified
  • Support for upcoming devices

LG Electronics recently announced the WCP-300 wireless charger at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain.

LG claims that the WCP-300 is one of the world’s smallest wireless chargers at 6.9cm in diameter. In contrast to its predecessor, the WCP-300 despite its smaller size has a charging area that is 1.7 times wider.

The WCP-300 is compatible with a standard 5-pin micro-USB charger and employs electromagnetic induction technology. It is Qi (pronounced as “chee”) certified by the Wireless Power Consortium. This certification ensures that the WCP-300 is compatible with all smartphones that support the Qi standard.

In line with LG’s commitment to offering consumers a better mobile experience, the company believes that in order for the wireless charging industry to grow and move forward, it is critical that upcoming smartphones will have built-in support for this feature.

At the moment, or at least for the US market, there are only two devices that support wireless charging right out of the box – these are the LG Spectrum 2 and the Nexus 4.

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