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World’s First 15 W Wireless Charging Pad from LG Innotek Reduces Risk of Explosion of the battery

LG Innotek today announced the commercialization of world’s first 15 W wireless charging pad. The charging pad allows user to charge his smartphone as fast as using a wired charging module. The.. The post World’s First 15 W Wireless Charging Pad from LG Innotek Reduces Risk of Explosion of the battery appeared first on Gadgets, gizmos, and tech from the East.
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