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Tired Of Buying A Fake Charger? Here How To Identify A Fake Charger by shakiez893(m): 11:10am On Sep 21
The problem with buying a gadget is not even the gadget but buying a fake one. Fake accessories cost as much as original ones, yet they dont last long and worst still they spoil other gadgets for example a fake charger burns and spoils the phone it was used to charge. Here is a way to spot a fake op hone and charge easily.

Look at the characters

People who break the plan will end up making stupid mistakes. Characters are always different. All fonts and symbols on the device must be clean, legible and robust. This is often the case with counterfeits, which are either missing the manufacturer's name or are wrong.

Take a close look at the cables and connectors

Looking at cables and connectors, the dimensions you see will give you a touch of authenticity to your gadget. These are the most obvious signs of a counterfeit product. Initially, a plug-in cable would sit firmly and evenly, while bad angles and loose parts could be seen on a counter.

Check the packaging

Another obvious way to find out if your product is authentic is by packaging. Counterfeit manufacturers often ignore packaging design. The official retailer always takes care of the smallest details in the design and packaging of their products.

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