Samsung is one such company.
The UV Sterilizer is manufactured by Samsung C&T, a partner of the Samsung Mobile Accessory Partnership Program (SMAPP) and is created to fit a variety of device sizes so you can sterilize numerous products you use the most.
The South Korean firm mentions that bacteria and germs like E. coli, Staphylococcus Aureus, and Candida Albicans can also be killed using its device.More news: Facebook, Apple, Google, Amazon report mixed earnings in Covid-hit quarter
Samsung has today launched a new personal hygiene product for devices - UV Sterilizer. The wireless charger utilises the Qi standard.
Manufactured through Samsung C&T, a spouse of the Samsung Cell Accent Partnership Program (SMAPP), the brand new UV Sterilizer comes throughout as a small and to hand instrument that may accommodate even the most important of Samsung smartphones such because the Galaxy S20 Extremely. It features dual UV lights that can sterilize items on the front and bottom simultaneously.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Samsung had unveiled its new UV Sterilizer for smartphones and other accessories last month. The device automatically switches off after 10 minutes, allowing users to sanitize their belongings.More news: Harvey Updyke, who poisoned trees in Toomer's Corner, dies at 71
The new service will not only help consumers book a home demo for their favourite Galaxy devices online, but will also enable them to purchase the device online and get it home delivered from a nearby Samsung exclusive outlet, the company said in a statement.
"At Samsung, we are constantly working to develop meaningful innovations that help improve the lives of our consumers". Moreover, the charging continues even after sanitization is done so that when you pick up your device, you are sure it is disinfected, charged and ready to use.
The portable sterilizer is created to perform dual functions of killing germs from the phone's surfaces and also wirelessly charge the smartphone and other gadgets that support wireless charging.More news: Rihanna on her next album: 'It's going to be worth it'
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