Plot Twist: The Best iPhone X Accessory You Can Buy is Made by Samsung

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If you own an iPhone X, Boy Genius Report has found an affordable accessory that will make using your phone so much more enjoyable. Find out more from BGR and shop below:

From BGR:
If you have an iPhone X, please believe us when we tell you that the Samsung Fast Charge Wireless Charging Convertible Stand/Pad is the best accessory you’ll ever buy for your phone — which is sort of ironic considering the companies’ history. It has all the features you’d expect from a high-end fast wireless charger, as well as two features you wouldn’t expect. One is an integrated fan to disperse heat, and the second is a convertible design that lets you use it as a flat charging pad or as an upright charging stand. Keep it in stand mode on your desk so Face ID can unlock your phone instantly anytime you get an alert.

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Samsung Qi Wireless Charging Pad

$47.50 $59.95 21% OFF

This multi-functional pad and stand is equipped with an up to 9 watt wireless fast charge on select smartphones for 1.4x faster charging speeds. It also protects your phone or Qi-enabled device with its built-in fan that keeps the temperature regulated even when fast charging is going on. This cooling mechanism in turn helps to keep your phone’s battery in good condition so it will last longer. This convertible device supports wireless charging on Qi-compatible smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy Note8, Apple iPhone 8, Apple iPhone 8 Plus, and Apple iPhone X. 

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