Canadian Start-up Introduces World’s First Wall Mounted Wireless Charger

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Y-Tricity said that it will launch a campaign on Kickstarter for Y-Wall to aid the production process and build brand awareness

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Canadian tech startup Y-Tricity has announced Y-Wall wireless charger for smartphones. The start-up claims it to be the world’s first-ever wall mounted wireless charger.

Y-Tricity’s official statement read, “Y-Wall is loaded with features and capabilities that ordinary wireless chargers can’t provide. Among them, Y-Wall is a 3-in-1 wireless charger that can be wall mounted, used as a phone stand or, with the help of its neodymium magnet, it can be used as a normal wireless charger.”

Y-Tricity said that it will launch a campaign on Kickstarter for Y-Wall to aid the production process and build brand awareness. Company’s official statement continued, “Furthermore, this perfectly engineered home essential can be used at a work desk, to keep the surface area clear for important tasks, in the kitchen, or even bedside, which enables users to easily control lighting and smart thermostat functions from their phones without being inconvenienced.”

Y-Tricity wireless charger features

Y-Wall, as per the start-up, is iPhone-compatible. It works with iPhone models 8, 8 Plus, X, XS, and XR, and is also compatible with several smartphone models from Samsung and LG. The company claims that it can completely charge these phones in three hours. Y-Wall’s works on 10-watt output and features a Type-C USB port.

Plans to introduce more wireless charging products

Yacine Hamdani, founder of Y-Tricity, as per an official statement has plans to create an assortment of products for tech users. He plans to start developing tech products that can be used on roads. These products include wireless chargers for electric cars that can be used to charge cars while they are moving.

Company’s official statement read, “With demand for electric cars steadily increasing, Y-Tricity could transform the auto industry. Those effects could even reverberate far beyond as many nations search for viable ways to reduce carbon emissions quickly.”

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