LG V10 wireless battery cover is certified by the Wireless Power Consortium

LG V10 wireless battery cover is certified by the Wireless Power Consortium
A new battery cover that supports wireless charging for the LG V10 has been certified by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). The documentation reveals a CPR-120 number for the part, which is listed as a "low power receiver." Surprisingly, the battery covers won't be released in South Korea first, according to a source affiliated with LG. This person says that there is no time frame yet for a Korean release of the covers.

The WPC certifies parts and devices for the Qi wireless charging standard. The LG V10 features a removable battery, allowing users to exchange the standard battery cover for one that supports the wireless charging feature.

The LG V10 has already been released in South Korea, and in the U.S., consumers should soon find the device offered by AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon (in alphabetical order so that no feathers are ruffled). The handset features a secondary screen, dual selfie snappers, and is the only smartphone that features a manual mode for videos. While U.S. pricing is unknown, the handset should end up with a three digit U.S. price tag with the first number beginning with a "6."

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source: ETNews via GforGames

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