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Wired Vs Wireless Charging: The Final Say

Just because it’s not as “sexy” as the latest hyped up but highly impractical distance charging technology, doesn’t mean it doesn’t have the potential to add huge convenience to every aspect of your life. If you’re a cynic that thinks Qi inductive charging is a dead end and offers only a minor convenience, this piece will inspire you with the same confidence we have in wireless charging. For everyone else: this should still prove an interesting read!

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The Definitive List of Qi Wireless Charging Phones

We have drawn up a clear and straightforward infographic of all the smartphone devices that have been released since 2015 that are Qi wireless charging enabled.. Hopefully this should help you determine whether you can natively use wireless charger with your phone or whether you need a charging case or receiver.

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The Many Different Wireless Charging Technologies

While for a long time these two methods of wireless charging have been predominant in the standards of the two big consortia, the playing field is now much more open, as more and more startups are revealing exciting technologies that could potentially shake up the way we think about wireless charging forever.

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How to Know What Makes a Good Wireless Charger - The Definitive Guide

Despite the convenience that smartphone wireless charging provides, most people simply do not know where to even begin when purchasing one. Well look no further, this is your all singing all dancing to guide on how to know not only what a good mobile induction charger looks like, but more importantly how to know what charger is best suited to your needs.

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What Is Resonant Charging and How Does It Differ From Inductive?

An important thing to realise is that there are not only competing standards of wireless charging but also two differing wireless technologies that are widely used within the major wireless charging standards: Inductive and Resonant. 

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