Have you read about the commercial version of world’s smallest wireless charger released by LG during the MWC in Barcelona? The LG WCP-300 is a designed to be compatible with LG’s Qi-devices, including LG Nexus 4, Spectrum 2 and Optimus G Pro.

This world’s smallest wireless charger is about 6.9cm in diameter, comes with a conventional microUSB port for feeding juice to devices wirelessly, however, in US market, only the Nexus 4 and Spectrum 2 support for wireless charging.

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Not necessarily small, but we expect there should be improved on the dimension to keep holding the world’s smallest title. LG is planning to release this particular WCP-300 wireless charger for South Korea market this week for a price tag of KRW65,000 (about USD60), on which you could expect to see more accessories for the wireless charger available worldwide within the coming months.

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Expect to be arriving in US market some point later this year, for USD60, owners of Nexus 4 and Spectrum 2 should be those with prestige to experience the wireless charging.

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Hence, WCP-300 is a meaningless device if your smartphone, or other mobile computing devices don’t support such feature.

[ Source: LG News Room ]