This UV sterilizer from Samsung can sanitize your smartphones, accessories within minutes

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With growing concerns around hygiene, it has become important to keep your smartphones and other accessories clean. While you can always use sanitisers and other stuff, a new UV sterilizer from Samsung can complete the task within minutes. The South Korean consumer electronics giant has launched a new UV Sterilizer with Wireless Charging that can be used to quickly disinfect your Galaxy smartphone, Galaxy Buds and Smart Watch in just 10 minutes. 

According to tests done by two independent certification institutes, Intertek and SGS, UV Sterilizer effectively kills up to 99% of the bacteria and germs that includes E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans. 

The UV Sterilizer is manufactured by Samsung C&T, a partner of the Samsung Mobile Accessory Partnership Program (SMAPP) and is designed to fit a variety of device sizes.  

Samsung’s UV Sterilizer price has been set at Rs 3,599 and will be available from early August 2020 at all retail channels, including Samsung official online store Samsung Shop. 

“At Samsung, we are constantly working to develop meaningful innovations that help improve the lives of our consumers. In today’s world, personal hygiene is more important than ever, and to help combat the spread of bacteria and germs, we’re introducing a new UV Sterilizer with Wireless Charging. The UV Sterilizer is a perfect and compact device to keep our personal daily belongings germ free, protected and disinfected,” said Mohandeep Singh, Senior Vice President, Mobile Business, Samsung India. 

  The box comes with dual UV lights that sterilize both top and bottom surface of items that are placed inside. The UV Sterilizer comes with a 10W Wireless Charger which can charge any device with Qi-compatible wireless charging.  

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