Wireless charging, a few years ago, "only heard their name, but not their people." In the past two years, wireless charging has ushered in a blowout-type explosion, and the entire industry seems to have been hit with a dose of chicken blood. This wave of growth has also taken the lead in the smart phone user community. For a time, wireless charging technology has become the standard for mobile phones. The market is huge. Then we can not help asking, who brought wireless charging into the fast lane?
The first is that smartphones fully embrace wireless charging. Six months after Apple joined the WPC alliance, it launched three mobile phones with wireless charging capabilities - iPhone 8/8 plus and iPhone X. Everyone sighed. After a long winter, they finally waited for wireless charging in the spring. Another big-sounding voice - Samsung, has always been a "reliable" wireless device. The S9 series of flagship handsets launched this year will have wireless as an important upgrade. Millet is also the most active mobile phone in China, and the MIX flagship MIX2S released in March for the first time added wireless charging capabilities. I believe that in the near future, Huawei, OPPO, VIVO and other mobile phone manufacturers will join the wireless charging market will be more lively.
This is followed by the upcoming 5G network. A large number of radio frequency modules have been added to 5G mobile phones. With the current higher and lower weight requirements of mobile phones, the existing space utilization rate has reached the limit, and there is no room left for the battery. As we have seen, Apple has taken the lead in canceling the headphone jack. This is not only for personalities and fashion, but also an important attempt to give way to new modules for 5G mobile phones. Within the framework of 5G technology, the promotion of mobile wireless charging technology is a process of mutual compromise.