In addition to 5G communication technology and artificial intelligence, wireless charging has become another highlight of MWC.
- LG V30s THINQ
LG was the first to release the first mobile phone to support wireless charging. This new machine added many new technologies such as MLCD + display technology and LG Lens on the basis of V30+. MLCD + display technology allows the OLED screen to consume less power and become more luminous. LG Lens will enhance the photo quality of the phone’s dual cameras.
- Nokia 7 plus, Nokia 8 Sirocco
Nokia then released the Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8 Sirocco, supporting wireless charging. The former’s charging test can generally refer to the Nokia 7 plus charging test released before the charging head network, supporting Qualcomm QC3.0 quick charge. The battery of Nokia 8 Sirocco is 3260mAh, supporting the QC 4.0 quick charge and wireless charging function. Nokia 8 Sirocco also cancels the 3.5mm headphone jack.
- Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+
Samsung S9 and S9+ are equipped with the SoC of Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810. The cable fast charge still adopts QC2.0 standard only, and the maximum power of wireless charging can reach 10W.
4, SONY XZ2
SONY’s XZ2 is the first international mobile phone to support wireless charging since SONY’s mobile integration. In terms of wireless charging, it supports 9W wireless charging power.
- GIONEEM7 Plus.
GIONEE also exhibited the previously released M7 Plus, China’s first mobile phone that supports wireless fast charge. CPS has developed a wireless charging system for the M7 Plus and GIONEE wireless charging pad, with a power of up to 10W.
Before MWC2018, there were already a few 15W wireless charging pads in global. However, the ultimate charging power is not only related to the output end, but also to the input of the maximum amount of power the phone can support. Currently, the mainstream supports wireless charging mobile phones receive power from 5W to 7.5W. Some wireless quick charging can reach about 10W, and it is basically the standard of Basic Power Profile.