Following Xiaomi, another manufacturer is committed to providing remote charging technology.
Soon after bidding on the performance of wired and wireless fast charging processes, the charging battle of mobile manufacturers may open up a new field, and they are ready to introduce wireless remote charging technology. Xiaomi announced its Mi Air Charge in January this year, and now Motorola, which is owned by Lenovo AnnounceCooperate with a technology development company called GuRu to introduce it to mobile phones.
The essence of the charging solution (it seems a bit sci-fi) is that compatible mobile phones and other gadgets will be continuously charged within the range of the base station used for charging. The charging speed is expected to be highly moderated, and the distance between the gadget to be charged and the charging station and any objects between them are expected to significantly affect performance.
Due to these situations, wireless remote charging certainly cannot completely replace the faster current solutions, but, depending on the situation, it can perfectly complement them, so it is definitely worth solving.
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