Belkin Rolls Out Boost Up Qi Supported Wireless Charging Pad

Just when the time has arrived for the iPhone X to begin shipping, Belkin has rolled out its Qi supported wireless charging pad, Boost Up, with a price tag of Rs 2,999. The device was previously rolled out at the launch of Apple iPhone X alongside wireless charging pad of Mophie. It is the company’s 2/3rd of party wireless charging pads. The very own AirPower of company will be rolled out early in 2018.

It is a 5W entry-level wireless charging pad for Qi supported gadgets that also makes sure faster speed of charging. The device is certified by Qi and comes with and output of 5W/1-amp for fast charging. The top part of the wireless charging pad sports a soft texture that avoids the gadget from slipping and from receiving scratched. A smartphone will be capable of getting wirelessly charged even with lightweight cases of almost 3mm thick. Not just the newly rolled out Apple devices, the Belkin Boost Up is well-matched with all the other Qi supported gadgets, mainly tablets and smartphones. The gadget is accessible in Imagine stores and Reliance Digital shops in addition to Amazon India website.

The iPhone X which was declared this year in September and is already up for pre-orders all over the world. The iPhone X has FaceID fueled by facial recognition to iPhones. Apple says that FaceID is fueled by system of TrueDepth camera on the front. This FaceID substitutes the TouchIDs based on fingerprint that made their entrance in 2013 in iPhones with iPhone 5S. The iPhone X also has new language for gesture wherein consumers require to swipe up to land on the home screen.

iPhone X is the first ever handset form the company to have an OLED display with HDR10 support and Dolby Vision. The smartphone sports edge-to-edge 5.8-inch Super Retina display with pixels resolution of 2436 x 1125. iPhone X features dual optical image stabilization with dual 12 MP + 12 MP rear cameras and operates on iOS 11. There is an aperture of f/1.8 on the wide-angle camera and an aperture of f/2.4 on the telephoto camera.