5 Ways to Spot a Fake Samsung Smartphone Charger!

    Samsung is one of the most popular smartphone brands. Samsung is famous for Smartphones, Laptop, TV, Refrigerator, Washing machine and more. It remains a popular brand when it number #1 brand when it comes to Android Smartphones.

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    However, a popular brand like Samsung is bound to have fake and counterfeit products of it in the market. It can also be difficult to spot the differences between the original and fake charger. The Fake charger also looks like an original one. While the charger works like an original one, it might damage your smartphone. A number of duplicate products in the market can create this problem.

    Here are 5 ways you can avoid buying a Fake Smartphone Charger and instead buy an original one:


    Look at the Logo. The A in the Samsung is often thicker in the fake charger. All the words of the original charger often has the same font thickness.


    Look at what is printed on the Charger. If a "Made in China" is printed in the backside of the charger, then it is a duplicate product. Also there is an "A+" on the backside. This indicates that this is a duplicate product.


    Look at the pins. The pins are same from top to bottom in the duplicate charger. In the original charger, the Pins are thicker in the lower portion towards the base.


    There is also a possibility, that sometimes the USB Charger cable is fake. While the charger is proper. The color of the port in the duplicate charger is darker and it is also a little longer than the original one.


    After repeatedly charging, the Samsung Charger gets heated up in the duplicate charger. This is not seen in the duplicate one.

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