Have you ever used an electric toothbrush that recharges on its stand right corner of your bathroom? Then you must already know the basics of how wireless charging works.
Almost four years have passed since Apple first announced wireless charging capabilities in its iPhones. Apple diehards were spreading on the news. Apple was not the only company to embed Qi wireless charging in smartphones, but as the most iconic smartphone company in the world, it has attracted a lot of attention.
Come along to 2021. The wireless charging is available on more smartphones than ever before. Samsung has been supporting wireless charging since the Galaxy S6 and Huawei introduced it with the excellent Mate 20 Pro. According to an estimated study, the world's largest self-described wireless charging network, more than ninety smartphones available on the market today have wireless charging capability.
Let's take a look at how wireless charging works for smartphones. Wireless charging uses a base stand or charging pad to transmit power using electromagnetic waves. These waves are then received by a receiving coil placed on the back of your phone that converts the waves into electricity. Thus, this electricity is utilized to charge the smartphone. When you center your smartphone on a wireless charging stand, all you will notice is that your battery icon changes from its standard mode to a battery with a bolt lightning sign in the middle, indicating that your phone is actively charging.
Wireless charging is pronounced "chi" as Qi charging or Qi technology, indicating Chinese life force philosophy. The Qi standard was introduced in 2008, naturally the technology is relatively new. Qi uses both resonance and inductive charging; the second requires devices to be close to each other in order to operate. The advantages of charging your smartphone wirelessly can lead to:
Fewer cable to worry about: This is no wise-brainer. Thanks to wireless technology, you do not need to carry your USB-c charger with you wherever you go. You just need a cable connected to the charging stand.
Universal competence: Qi charging is the universal standard, so if you have more than one wireless enabled device, you can use the same charging stand without any problems.
More secure connections: Since the charging process takes place in a closed environment and without cables, it is not exposed to water or oxygen, so there is no corrosion. This also means there is less risk of electrical failure. This is a pretty big plus as there are many companies that sell janky charging cables.
Higher durability: No wear and tear on the smartphone sockets too, without having to plug in or unplug regularly. If you switch between wirelessly and charging with cables, this also means less wear and tear on your cables.
No overheat: When your smartphone is fully charged, the wireless charger will automatically turn off. This guides towards safer charging, less energy, and no overheating batteries.
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