A Chinese company makes a new phone that charges your smartphone in space

A Chinese manufacturer has made a new device that uses a special “pocket” to charge your smartphone.

The device, dubbed QVC Phone, is powered by an accelerometer, which measures the force the phone is being put through.

It then calculates the maximum power you can take out of the phone in a matter of seconds, and the phone automatically turns on the accelerometer when charging is activated.

It’s the first smartphone powered by a pocket-sized accelerometer that allows you to charge and charge while walking or running.

QVC Phone has an internal battery of 1050mAh, which is equivalent to about 3.5 hours of battery life.

The device’s power-saving features include the ability to turn off the phone’s accelerometer whenever it is not being used, and a 3.7mm headphone jack for audio calls.

It also has a removable battery, which can be used to charge other devices.

Like all of QVC’s smartphones, QVC is currently available for pre-order in the U.S. and Canada.

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A Chinese manufacturer has made a new device that uses a special “pocket” to charge your smartphone.The device, dubbed QVC…