Samsung Teaches Galaxy S6 Owners the Effective Use of Charging Cables
Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge know their phones can be charged without wires. Samsung wants them know how they can make needless charging cables useful.
For educating people about better use of gratuitous cables, Samsung has produced a video; the Korean company guides people to use the cables for knitting, and for making furniture items such as beautiful hammocks to hang in the small gardens of their homes and big chairs to place in the T.V lounges.
The South Korean company not only told the possibilities but showed its carpentry abilities–though with wires instead of woods. All the materialized products carry a tag “Use our cables to recharge yourself. We don’t need them anymore.”
Indeed the requirement of cables per furniture item depends on their size. The video shows some of the big chairs constituted by as much as 150 chargers. But it is not important as the cables are being used because Samsung doesn’t ‘need’ them. PhoneArena, first spotted the video, considers the strategy very effective for consumption of those countless strands of needless cable.
Wireless charging, also known as inductive charging, has become a sophisticated alternative for the traditional wired charging. The wireless technology has made charging an easier and, presumably, much safer task.
The smartphones tablets, Bluetooth headsets, cameras and portable power packs can be charged without maintaining constant connection with electronic switches; users are just required to plug in Qi (pronounced “chee”) wireless charging pads and place their mobile devices on them.
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