Motorola can already remotely charge 4 mobile phones at once

Motorola has introduced a new version of its remote charging. The technology, which she originally demonstrated at the CES conference earlier this year and which has competitors in a similar solution from Xiaomi or Oppo, has been taken to the next level. A much larger panel for remote contactless charging now, for example can operate up to four phones simultaneously. She takes care of it 1600 antennas. However, a higher number of powered devices is definitely not the only novelty.

Motorola Second-Gen Air Charging Demo

In the attached video you have the opportunity to see a demonstration that it is now possible to charge phones in distance greater than one meter. The maximum at the moment is three meters. Another progress is the possibility of charging behind the obstacle between the panel and the mobile. The third innovation allows the transfer of energy not only in a direct position, but anywhere in a scatter of 100 angular degrees. Compared to the several-month-old model and also to the mentioned competition, these are very significant improvements. We are very curious when and in what exactly form we will see this Motorola solution on the market.

Where would you use such contactless charging?

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