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Captain America's Shield looking Charger
Samsung Wireless Charger Avengers edition with Captain America’s shield look features unique and stylish design. Its clear, glass-look details and glossy finish add a touch of sophistication, and its impressive, round shape fits in well with a variety of interior settings.
Charging your phone is easier than ever with the Samsung Wireless Charger. No need to connect a cable to your smartphone — simply place your mobile device on the charger pad for a simple charge.
Samsung Wireless Charger lets you help to keep your surroundings tidy. It looks great wherever you use it — the living room, the office or the bedroom.
Perfect Match For Your Galaxy S6
Samsung Wireless Charger is a great fit with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. You can recharge your phone by simply placing it on the charger, without any need for additional accessories. Its ambient LED display indicates charging status, turning from a subtle blue to a vibrant green when the battery is full. * Captain America lock screen UI is a cooperation work between Samsung & Marvel comics and you can download from the theme store on your Galaxy S6.
Samsung Wireless Charger complies with Galaxy S6, S5, Note4 and all devices supporting WPC wireless charging standard and allows you to enjoy reliable and convenient charging. It provides you with great charging results every time – minus the hassle of wires.
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The actual capacity (Wh) is measured based on the battery's output current and voltage. It may differ from the capacity (Wh) indicated on the device, depending on the output power condition, the connected device’s circuit configuration, and the operation environment.