Motorola has so far avoided wireless charging technology. Even the flagship Moto G100 model does not have such a function. However, the company has an ambition not to play half-measures and is working on something & hairsp; – & hairsp; in theory & hairsp; – & hairsp; with the sweat of its brow.
Remotely charged smartphones can become a reality thanks to Motorola
The smartphone manufacturer Moto boasted about establishing a partnership with GuRu Wireless. Since 2017, she has been developing solutions to make “access to energy ubiquitous like Wi-Fi”.
GuRu Wireless is to provide the necessary technological facilities. Objective? Delivery of the first smartphones that can be charged wirelessly and without contact.
Of course, Motorola itself is also in the topic for a long time. Already in January, the company showed a working prototype of a remote charger.
It may take a while for the remote chargers to get to the market
Motorola is not the only company interested in this technology. At least several dozen companies have been working on chargers that use the phenomenon of magnetic resonance for many years, as I mentioned during the presentation of the Xiaomi remote charger.
The problem on the way to commercialization of this type of solutions is not only the technology itself, but also legal regulations and concern for safety. New types of devices that use electromagnetic waves are thoroughly tested to prove that they are safe for humans, animals and other devices. This is a long-term problem.
So it is not known when a Motorola (or anyone else’s) remote charger will land on store shelves. The company does not even provide an approximate time band.
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