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.

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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.

LG WCP 300 : World Smallest Wireless Charger

LG WCP 300 : World’s Smallest Wireless Charger

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.

LG Smartphone connected with WPC-300 Wireless Charger

LG Smartphone connected with WPC-300 Wireless Charger

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.