The wireless charging of Android phones has developed rapidly. From the initial 5W to the current maximum of 67W, the charging speed has even surpassed many wired phones. However, we found that many users still insist on using wired charging, even if the phone supports higher power charging. It is hardly used. Why is that?
1. It is impossible to charge while playing, and the charging efficiency is very low.
For users who have to play with mobile phones all the time, the wireless charging efficiency is obviously not high enough. The mobile phone must be taken down before it is put on. So the back and forth charging efficiency is very low, and it is not as convenient as wired charging, especially for gaming parties. , This point should be deeply understood.
Therefore, it is possible to use a wireless charger to watch movies and dramas, but it must be a vertical charger. If it is a traditional wireless charger, the mobile phone can only be placed flat on the table when charging.
2. The price of wireless charger is too expensive, and the power of cheap is too low
Although some mobile phones support 30W, 50W or even 67W wireless charging, they also need to purchase wireless chargers. The higher the power, the higher the price of wireless chargers, and there are few choices. For example, Xiaomi’s 80W wireless chargers are more expensive. At 499 yuan, for most users, it is not worthwhile to buy a wireless charger at such a high price.
What’s more, 80W wireless chargers also need to be equipped with charging heads of the same specifications or higher specifications. The two are more expensive. If you buy some lower-priced wireless chargers, the charging speed is too slow, which is really tangled. .
3. The wireless charging protocol is different, you must purchase the charger specified by the manufacturer
The charging protocol is different for each company. If you buy a charger that is not specified by the manufacturer, even if the power of the mobile phone and the charger match, the power may be limited. For example, the iPhone can only maintain 7.5W or lower when using a third-party wireless charger. Android phones support 50W and 40W wireless charging, and the use of third-party devices may only have a maximum of 15W, so the wireless charging protocol is not interoperable, resulting in many users who do not want to spend extra money to buy a new charger after changing their phones.
Wireless charging is a very practical function, but it is limited to some users. For users who don’t leave their hands, wireless charging is obviously not as convenient as wired charging, but if you are willing to quietly experience wireless charging, you will find that the experience is quite good. , Get rid of the shackles of the wire, just pick it up and put it down, you can quickly charge it without aligning it, and once you use it, you can’t go back.