Samsung launches two in one products of UV sterilizer and wireless charger in the world
Samsung has released a new 10W wireless charger, which can use UV-C light to disinfect the mobile phone while charging the mobile phone battery. The company says ultraviolet rays can kill 99% of bacteria and bacteria, but marketing materials do not mention whether it can destroy New Coronavirus, which causes the current global pandemic. News about the charger first came from Samsung last week, but now the company has announced the product worldwide. Now we've seen the product pages of Samsung's stores in Germany, Romania, Singapore and Hong Kong. In Germany,
The news comes at a time when people are particularly worried about the spread of covid-19, and the number of products claiming to clean mobile phones and prevent viruses is also increasing. However, from a scientific point of view, these products can not guarantee safety, they can not replace washing hands, wearing masks and keeping social distance. According to the National Academy of Sciences, the Academy of engineering and the medical college, ultraviolet rays can destroy other coronaviruses, so ultraviolet rays may also kill New Coronavirus. However, as pointed out by CNET, there is no public peer review on the effects of ultraviolet radiation on covid-19 virus.
Samsung says its dual UV light takes 10 minutes to disinfect your items from the top and bottom, and then automatically turns off to avoid damaging your device. However, even after the UV light is turned off, the wireless charger can still provide 10W of power. Samsung said the internal compartment of the sterilizer can accommodate up to 196 cells of any size × ninety-six × 33mm, so most phones with a screen size of up to 7 inches can be used.
It's not the first time we've seen a company combine a wireless charger with an ultraviolet sterilizer. Just last month, mophie and invisible shield launched their own similar products for $80 and $60, respectively, according to techcrunch. Samsung also provides free disinfection services through its service centers and experience stores in selected countries around the world, which also rely on the use of ultraviolet light to clean their phones, sammobile reported.