Samsung launches UV Steriliser with inbuilt wireless charger at ₹3,599

Samsung UV Steriliser

Samsung UV Steriliser

The company is rolling out the "Experience Samsung at Home" service across 900 exclusive retail outlets and will expand the programme further in the coming months.

"The UV Steriliser is a flawless and compact device to keep our personal daily belongings germ free, protected and disinfected", Mohandeep Singh, who is Senior Vice President for Mobile Business at Samsung India said in a statement. At the height of Covid-19 crisis in March, Samsung launched a new initiative called Galaxy Sanitising Service in select countries including India. Any product with Qi-compatible wireless charging can be charged. This sterilizer can rapidly disinfect your Galaxy Smartphone, Galaxy Buds and Smartwatch in just 10 minutes.

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. As per tests done by certification institutes, Samsung's UV Sterilizer can eliminate 99% of the bacteria and germs including E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Candida albicans.

"At Samsung, we are constantly working to develop meaningful innovations that help improve the lives of our consumers". The box has a single button to activate the sterilization with entire process getting completed in just 10 minutes. It can also be used to sterilize other devices and items including earbuds, smartwatches, keys, sunglasses and masks. "The UV Sterilizer is a ideal and compact device to keep our personal daily belongings germ free, protected and disinfected". Furthermore, the box comes with dual UV lights that sterilize both top and bottom surface of items that are placed inside. The sterilizing box has been created to disinfect essential items and even bigger smartphones like Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Note10+, among others.

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