Saturday, 08 August, 2020

Samsung launches UV Sterilizer with wireless charging in India at Rs 3,599

Samsung UV Steriliser Samsung’s UV Steriliser uses a single button to quickly get to business
Cecil Davis | 02 August, 2020, 10:55

Some other spotlight with the sanitizer is that it comes with a integrated 10 W wi-fi charger as neatly. The device looks like a white plastic box with a lid and can hold smartphones, smartwatches, earbuds, and other devices.

As far as the usage of the UV Steriliser is concerned, users can simply drop anything inside the sterilising box, close the lid and press the start button. It has dual UV lights and hence, the device will sterilize both the top and bottom surface of items at the same time.

Electronics and Smartphone brand Samsung, which are known in South Korea, has launched a new UV sterilizer with wireless charging. Under the initiative, Samsung offered to sanitise its smartphones and other gadgets for free at its service centres.

You can buy Samsung's UV Sterilizer at ₹3,599.

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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.

The Samsung UV Sterilizer effectively kills up to 99 per cent of bacteria and germs, including E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans. The device automatically switches off after 10 minutes, allowing users to sanitize their belongings.

As per Samsung, this UV sterilizer comes in a sleek and compact design that can be carried around easily. Samsung says that its UV sterilizer is created to fit a variety of device sizes so users can sterilize as many products as they want. What's extra, the charging procedure continues even after the sterilization is over, because of this you're going to have your instrument wiped clean and charged while you select it up.

Commenting on the launch of the UV sterilizer Mohandeep Singh, Senior Vice President, Mobile Business, Samsung India said "At Samsung, we are constantly working to develop meaningful innovations that help improve the lives of our consumers".