Wireless Charger

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Wireless charging clears up cable clutter and saves you more than just time when charging.

The advantage of wireless charging is that it’s quicker and easier, as you don’t have to plug and unplug each time – you just place your device on top of your wireless charging pads. It also looks neater.
There are various competing standards for wireless charging. The most popular is Qi (pronounced ‘chee’), which has been supported by all of the major companies. Apple have included wireless charging on their iPhone’s since the 8, and Samsung have done that for years; they’ve also made a wide range of Samsung wireless chargers that work with all phones with Qi wireless charging built in. More recently, OnePlus, Motorola and Huawei have all included wireless charging in their handsets.
Compatible devices? A few phones have wireless charging built right in. See them here.
Other phones need a replacement rear cover or case. These are built to fit specific phones, so make sure you choose the right one. To make it easier, we’ve linked to appropriate cases and rear covers.
If a wireless charging cover isn’t available for your phone, you can use a universal adapter instead, allowing even much older devices to support wireless charging.
The idea behind the Qi is that all mobile devices carrying the Qi stamp are compatible with all Qi chargers. Unlike charging cables, this eliminates the need for different cables, chargers, or adapters when charging a mobile device. As technology continues to advance and the need for seamless connectivity is constantly rising,  the demand for seamless and universal wireless power solutions continues to grow in the smartphone arena and beyond. 
As a result, wireless charging has become a standard feature for mobile devices, which, in a broader sense, has made in-car and in-vehicle wireless charging systems a standard embedded feature in millions of vehicle models that are already on the road today. Additionally, most smartphones and small personal devices such as headphones, smartwatches, or even non-invasive personal medical devices come equipped with Qi wireless charging capabilities. 
Some are surprised to hear that wireless charging has been available in mobile phones for several years before the Apple announcement in September 2017. In fact, Samsung introduced its first commercial wireless charger for Droid Chargeback in 2011. Samsung also developed a Galaxy S4 wireless charging cover & mat in 2013.