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Wireless chargers are a good option for smartphone owners who hate having messy cables around . Moreover, these wireless chargers work with more than just your mobile device, and can help you charge your wireless headphones by placing the headphone case on the wireless chargers.

People have been skeptical about  wireless chargers in the past, but most of our customers at Mobile Experts opt use them for their Android and Apple devices.

That said, choosing the correct wireless charger is very important. Otherwise, you will not get the charging performance you want. Before selecting the right wireless charger for your mobiles, you must consider some factors. But first, let us take a quick look at the wireless charger technology.

Wireless Chargers: How do they Work?

Wireless chargers use Qi (pronounced Chi), which involves an electromagnetic coil on the mobile device and the chargers. The mechanism uses induction to charge the mobile device. You can charge your mobile devices even with the cases on if the material is not too thick and does not intervene between the charger and the device.

Choose the Right Design

You will find many chargers with different designs in the market. The most common is a padded design, which lies straight on a flat surface and acts as a charging bed. The other wireless charger has a stand and holds the mobile device semi-upright to charge. The unique design allows users to see the device without hovering over the mobile.

The wireless charger design depends on your charging outlet location. For instance, a simple flat-laying wireless charger would be ideal if you have an outlet near your charging spot. However, if you need more accessibility, the stand wireless chargers would be a good option as it will allow you to view your phone without stopping the charging.

Choose the Best Brand

Choosing the right wireless charger brand depends on your device's compatibility. Android and Apple produce wireless chargers compatible with their devices.

Moreover, wireless chargers designed for specific phone models often offer many benefits that regular chargers do not. For example, the Pixel Stand allows users to make the charger into a fully functional alarm clock. You can also create a digital photo frame with the wireless charger, blending it perfectly with your interior.

Other options like Samsung Duo are also great if you want more options. They work like a smartphone and a 7.5-watt charger simultaneously.

Choose the Right Case

Fortunately, there are no hard and fast rules for choosing the proper case for your mobile device. However, it is best to test your mobile cases with wireless chargers before charging them. You wouldn't want to spend time charging only to find the smartphone disconnected.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do wireless chargers work on any phone?

Yes, wireless chargers use Qi technology, which is compatible with any mobile device you own.

Does wireless charge damage the battery?

No, wireless charging does not damage a mobile device’s battery. However, it is best to avoid frequent charging and let the mobile device charge entirely before removing it from the charger.

How do I know if my phone has wireless charging?

Smartphones have different indications, such as a blinking light that indicate your device is charging wirelessly. Check your specific mobile device website for more information.

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