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SWICH is the unique wireless mobile phone stand, providing battery power and a comfortable overview on the phone with a firm and stabile position. Designed to impress, by Lutman Design Studio.
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The integrated Qi technology is most common and wide wireless power charging standard. It is a growing habit in the world today and will be the most practical way to charge while on the go or at home..
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SWICH wireless charging stand will never let any smartphone down. Instantly compatible with smartphones that carry the Qi wireless charging technology and can be paired with phones that do not support the Qi standard.
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Wireless charging is a kind of technology that allows you to charge your phone without the use of any cables or wires, all you will have to do is just place your phone on the charging mat and that is it. You should actually leave it on there for an hour or more, and the phone will be charged. The advantage of wireless charging is that it is quick and easy as well. That is because you do not have to use a cable and fumble around every single time. You do not have to waste minutes while you try and untangle the cable so that you can keep your phone for charging.
It is also a very neat thing to do. You just have to place it on a mat and BOOM; your device starts charging. There are actually many competitors in this field. The most successful one and the one that is used the most would be QI. It is actually pronounced “chee” and is actually supported by all major companies like Apple, Samsung, LG, Sony, Google, Microsoft and more. Apple is actually the latest entrant into the world of wireless charging as they made their debut into supporting wireless charging with the introduction of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X and all of the phones since then have been supporting this feature.
Just a handful of phones actually have this feature built-in. The most expensive ones, in other words, the flagship devices of all major companies actually have wireless charging. It is also worth noting that all of the Apple Watches, starting with the first-generation Apple Watch, came with wireless charging. Now, this feature is included in so many of their devices. The main three devices that support wireless charging from Apple would be the iPhones, the Apple Watches, and the Airpods. The Airpods always charged wirelessly themselves in the Pod case, but now the entire Pod case can charge itself on a charging mat.
Well, now that we are talking about it, wireless charging is not exactly perfect. It does indeed have so much room to improve. Some things that make me choose my fast charger over wireless charging would be the fact that wireless charging heats up my phone and also it is quite slow. By that I mean it charges the phone a bit slower when compared to my fast charger. You should actually not expose your phone to heat because the battery may get damaged, and that is why I do not use it much.
More and more companies are now supporting wireless charging; you can expect advancements in these in the coming years.
As the technology presents itself to be advanced in wireless power and charging technology, one can be sure that it utilises time-varying electric, magnetic or electromagnetic fields which can help in transmitting power. Today we see that radiative power can shoot beams power over long distances with the help of electromagnetic radiation. Here are some electromagnetic charging technologies which can easily bring the power.
WiTricity is a wireless charging technology which is based in the coupled electromagnetic resonant objects which can transmit power. It was introduced by a Boston Based startup which consists of transmitters are receivers which has a magnetic loop with antennas which can be used to charge multiple devices at the same time. The primary focus of this is to make sure that the outfitting electricity vehicles which can work for automakers which includes Toyota and Nissan.
Energous Wattup is a wireless charging technology which allows the user to charge their smartphones and tablets which is inside the vicinity. This Wattup functions similar to the WiTricity by using electromagnetic resonance. WattUp differs from the WiTricity as it utilises Bluetooth to search for devices that are authorised via an app. If there is a direct RF signal, the Bluetooth equipped device can convert energy and charge.
uBeam is another developing technology which does not use the traditional methods rather relies on pure ultrasound to help transmit power. This platform works by high-frequency emitting sound in the range of 45 to 75 kHz range which is inaudible to animals or humans. It uses a Phased array antenna to direct the sound like a microphone which works as a receiver and request power and later converts energy into DC and allows the device to charge.
Qi Wireless Power
Qi Standard has been incorporated, which can easily charge more than 14o mobile devices at the same time. This wireless power transfer uses inductive charging. The system itself relies on a charging pad and compatible devices which can easily be charged via a resonant inductive system which is coupled between the pair of planar coils.
Elix Wireless has been developing high-capacity charges ranging from 1000 to 20000 Watt allowing for any wireless charging applications. This platform works on the magneto-dynamic coupling, which uses the rotating magnets in the transmitter and receiver with an air gap. The rotation of the magnet in the transmitting unit causes the magnet in the receiver to rotate, which allows for an effective power transfer that can produce heat. This platform is one which only works on shorter ranges, and they are trying to improve the power transfer efficiencies and rates.
If you think about it, wireless charging is certainly a nice feature to have. It is definitely cool. This technology will undoubtedly save you a lot of hassle when it comes to dealing with horrible cables that irritate you and whatnot. It is a great feature that will come in handy whenever required. It usually takes longer to charge the device when you consider how long it takes when you are using a cable, and it is also sort of not comfortable to use the phone when it is on the charging pad.
Nevertheless, wireless charging is a feature that you should have in your phone, if you need it anytime. I actually would like to tell you something that happened to a friend of mine who uses a Samsung. Her phone does support wireless charging. She happened to destroy her charging socket, and the pin does not work anymore.
She started panicking because she realized that she could not charge her phone anymore and the people at the service center said they would have to take her phone in for a week or two to fix it. She then remembered that her phone has wireless charging and calmed down a bit. She now uses her phone and charges it wirelessly every night. She still has not gotten it repaired. You see how wireless charging can save you so much time and money?
Well, this feature is mainly available on high-end phones. The phones will also have a glass back because metal and wireless charging do not mix well. More and more manufacturers are now adding this feature to their devices. They are adding it because they know that this feature will be well appreciated and that the people will love it. Well then, without further ado, here is a list of some phones with wireless charging.
• iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are the latest and greatest phones that Apple offers as of the year 2019, and it is one of the best phones out there. It is obliterating all of the competition when it comes to mobile phone photography. It is also worth mentioning that all phones that were released after iPhone 8, including iPhone 8 have wireless charging.
• iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, XR, XS and XS Max.
• Samsung Galaxy S10 series.
• Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Plus.
• Google Pixel 3 and 3XL onwards.
• LG G8 ThinQ.
• Nokia 9 PureView.
• Huawei P30 Pro.
• Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
• Xiaomi Mi 9.
This is a list of phones that support wireless charging. You should also know that they would work any Qi wireless charger.
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