The Boost Up wireless pad provides the convenience of cable-free charging and runs on the Qi technology, the latest wireless charging standards.
Belkin, the manufacturer of mobile accessories, has unveiled the wireless charging pad BOOST UP for Apple's latest iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. It is available for purchase from Reliance Digital stores, Imagine stores, Amazon India at a price of Rs 2,999.
The BOOST UP wireless pad provides the convenience of cable-free charging and runs on the Qi technology, the latest wireless charging standards. The wireless charger is optimised up to 7.5 W for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
Belkin maintains full functionality of iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X while charging, including the ability to receive calls. It also provides a feature to charge through mobile cases up to 3mm thick. A connected equipment warranty up to $2500 (Rs 1,67,500) is also attached to the charger. This warranty will cover the cost of the device if it is damaged while charging. However, this is an add-on feature and users will need to register their devices with Belkin to activate the coverage.
The Apple iPhone X will go on sale in India from tomorrow, i.e. November 3. Coming to the price, the device is priced at Rs 89,000 for the 64GB variant and a whopping Rs 1,02,000 for the 256GB variant.
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Moving on, the iPhone X sports a new TrueDepth Camera, which the company claims is used to map user’s face and unlock it using FaceID. The new iPhone X is powered by the latest A11 Bionic chip with a neural engine, which the company helps improve machine learning algorithm. The neural engine comes with a dual-core processor. Apple says FaceID is safer as compared to the TouchID.
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