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Fonesalesman Launches S5 PWRcard for the Samsung Galaxy S5

LONDON, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Fonesalesman Brings out the first internal Qi receiver for the Samsung Galaxy S5 with Pre-orders starting today 

Fonesalesman is proud to become the very first providers of  an internal wireless charging solution for the Samsung Galaxy S5 users. After the successes with the company's Samsung Galaxy S4 & Note III Qi charging receivers, comes the S5 PWRcard from Fonesalesman.

S5 PWRcard is a Qi wireless receiver for your Samsung Galaxy S5. The product brings seamless wireless charging to the phone, with minimal fuss. It provides unobtrusive experience, allowing you to enjoy your phone as usual, without compromising any of its vital functions. The need to constantly open up the port covers disappears as well. With the S5 PRWcard, your great phone just got even greater.

Unlike the original Samsung solution - a Qi-compatible replacement back cover, which renders most cases on the market unusable all while costing a premium, the S5 PWRcard will disappear behind the original back cover.

Using the PWRcard is a simple affair - the user attaches it to the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S5, and hides the receiver behind a battery cover and/or a case, no matter original or custom; most covers and cases work with the S5 PWRcard. The S5 PWRcard requires a Qi charging pad to operate. It makes Fonesalesman's own Koolpad & Koolpuck charging pads a perfect companion to your Galaxy S5 with the S5 PWRcard attached, to make sure you're able to top up the charge at your convenience.

"We're very excited to be the first to bring this critically important solution to the market for Samsung Galaxy S5," said Bavan Palasanthiran, founder of Fonesalesman, "Our expertise in bringing great wireless charging experiences for both Samsung Galaxy S4 & the Note III allowed us to advance even further and bring a perfect solution for the Samsung Galaxy S5."

Fonesalesman is based in London, UK and is a leading supplier of innovative wireless charging systems.  The company supplies  Koolpuck and Koolpad Wireless Chargers, iQi Mobile for iPhone as well as the most recent S5 PWRcard.  

iQi Mobile receivers are  available to buy from:


Prices start from £18.99 /$29.99.

For more information about the S5 PWRcard, please visit fonesalesman.com.

To watch a video about the product on YouTube, please take a look at http://youtu.be/OeZBxCjdhoU

SOURCE Fonesalesman

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