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15W Universal Qi Wireless Charger For IPhone Wireless Charging Pad For Samsung Xiaomi Huawei Fast Wireless Charging Stand

$7.98

Brand Name: ZHIXIAOGUAI
Features: With Charging Indicator
Features: With Cable
Features: With LED Light
Connector Type: Micro USB
Origin: CN(Origin)
Compatible Brand: Apple iPhone
Max. Output Power: 15W
Certification: RoHS
Set Type: With USB Cable
Product Name: Wireless charger/Wireless charging
Compatible mobile phone 1: iPhone 8/8 Plus X XS /XS Max XR/11/ 11 Pro
Compatible mobile phone 2: iPhone11 Pro MAX SE 2020 SE2 SE 2/12/12 Pro/12 Pro Max/12 mini
Compatible mobile phone 3: Samsung GALAXY S6/S6 EDGE/S6 EDGE PLUS/S7/S7 EDGE/S8
Compatible mobile phone 4: Samsung S8 PLUS/S9/S10/S10 PLUS/S20/NOTE 5/NOTE 7/8/9/10
Compatible mobile phone 5: Samsung S20 Ultra/S20 Plus/SM-R170 GALAXY BUDS/SM-R175
Compatible mobile phone 6: HUAWEI MATE RS/20 RS/Mate 20 PRO/P30 PRO/MATE 30/30 PRO 5G
Compatible mobile phone 7: HUAWEI P40/P40 PRO/P40 PRO Plus/ honour 30 Pro Plus
Compatible mobile phone 8: Doogee S90/S95/S88/S88 Pro/S68 Pro/S60/S70/S80/BL9000

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