There is a lot going on at the Mobile World Congress 2013 (MWC), which is going on in Barcelona, Spain. Innumerable companies are showing off their products and among them emerges LG with its smallest wireless charger that is already creating news for itself. This new device from the house of LG is called the WCP-300. This amazing little wireless charger is only 6.9cm in diameter and its maker, LG claims that it has been designed with portability as the key focus.
This new device’s charging area is 1.7 times wider as compared against LG’s previous generation wireless charger and the charger is compatible with a standard 5-pin micro-USB charger as well. The new LG WCP-300 wireless charger uses electromagnetic induction technology and is Qi certified by the Wireless Power Consortium. Electromagnetic induction produces a magnetic field that in turn creates an electric current to charge the batteries in the mobile devices that are placed on the charging pad.
As for the devices that can be charged on this wireless charger, all mobile handsets, smartphones and phablets can be charged on this new charger from LG, provided that they support wireless charging. As far as LG’s own products are concerned, both the LG Spectrum 2 and Nexus 4 have a built-in support for wireless charging and thus, they can use this fabulous new portable device to charge up their batteries.
Given the brand name of LG, it is very much expected that the WCP-300 wireless charger, it can be well expected to be a quality product with a great built and its design is already showing it to be pretty neat. LG believes that the built-in support for wireless charging in the next generation smartphones can prove to be most critical for the development of both smartphones as well as charger making industry. These products show that the MWC 2013 is really a platform where real innovation becomes reality.