Most wireless chargers (including five in this list) have the Qi standard, which makes them compatible with most Android devices. It is a convenient way to charge your device without having to resort to the micro USB port, which is not as strong as we would like. Yet few phones have wireless charging, and its adoption has been slower than other technological advances, however, there is already a lot of alternatives for users of smartphones like the Nexus 5 or the Samsung Galaxy S6.
Loading is a similar to a conventional charger speed 1A, but without the need for wires. All are capable of charging smartphones or tablets of any size, although some designs have limitations . The process is made possible by the induction of electromagnetic waves produced by the charger, and transforms a receiver in your device (if you have this technology) into electricity. The waves are safe and very short distance (7 mm). And it is developing the Qi v1.2 standard that allows greater distances load, but until then, here’s our selection
1. Samsung Wireless charger S7 / S7 Edge
This new Samsung official charger allows fast charging of your smartphones and also can place it vertically or horizontally without affecting speed. Its output voltage is 5-9 V with a current of 1 A.
- Book charger Wireless charger S7 / S7 Edge from the Samsung website
2. Wireless Charger RAV Power
The standard of this charger is Qi, this means that is compatible with most Android smartphones. It can also function as a normal charger through its USB output. It has LED lights that indicate the state of charge.
Its design is sleek and compact making it easy to transport.
3. LG WCD
LG also manufactures its own boots but have the Qi standard is compatible with other smartphones. With LG takes about an hour to load 40% of the battery, is not it especially fast but fast charging can overheat the device. Once it reaches the total load is automatically disconnected to not consume energy.
4. Qi Wireless XCSOURCE
A charger with a very good value, compatible with all phones that use the Qi standard. Its design is simple but functional. It has a light that informs us of the state of charge. Its charge time is somewhat higher than the charger with wires but is not excessive.
Lightweight and easy to carry.
5. Wood puck
The alternative that brings the manufacturer is Fons Salesman made of a material that surely did not expect to see in a wireless charger. It is bamboo, which, besides giving a unique look, respects the environment (bamboo used showed no growth leaves in its first five meters, which means that the manufacture of this device has not had any negative impact on food any panda).
Because of its unusual design, this charger does not show any light to confirm the charge, but it makes a noise when it starts charging and another if the load is not performing properly.
6 Nokia DT-903
Again the Finnish manufacturer, unveiled a minimalist design and above all functionality above the rest. The charger has an illumination, in line with the chosen color model, which comes on while your device is charging. For Nokia Lumia, it has added features like illuminated when the device is running out of battery or notifying messages or missed calls.