Looking at the future of the smartphones, which are going to have wireless charging a prominent specs, LG has launched what it claims is the world’s smallest wireless charger WCP-300 at MWC, Barcelona today. As per the company, the wireless charger WCP-300 is in circular shape with just 6.98 cm diameter, but it has 1.7 times large area which provides faster charging than existing wireless charger.
The WCP-300 works on the principle of electromagnetic induction in which electric current is produced by generating a magnetic field, which in turn charges the batteries in the devices connected to the charging pad.
It is Qi certified by the Wireless Power Consortium, which means that it’s compatible with all devices compliant with the Wireless Power Consortium. Some of the high-end devices compatible with this WCP-300 wireless charger are LG Nexus 4, LG Spectrum 2, Optimus G Pro, Optimus vu II and Optimus LTE II.
As per the company, the availability of the WPC-300 will start from South Korea starting this week onward , where it will come at a suggestive price of 65,000 won (approx.USD $60), and then it will start rolling out in USA and other markets gradually.