Motoroladevelops under Lenovo into a brand that is not afraid of innovation. The company seems to have found the mantra of success with the recently launched one Value for money devices and now press the pedal to add a new chapter Wireless charging Technology.
Motorola has now announced a partnership with a company that is developing wireless power solutions for various applications, including smart home products, wearables, mobile devices and much more, to provide wireless charging technology for its future devices over the air.
This technology allows devices to be charged wirelessly without having to put the phone on a dedicated charging pad or cable. This new age technology uses radio waves with medium distance wireless charging so users can charge their smartphones while sitting next to the charging station.
In one prepared declarationMotorola stated that “proprietary technology is revolutionizing the customer experience and helping to remove electricity as an everyday problem.” The company adds, “With this solution, we are providing insight into the freedom and flexibility users can enjoy with a revolutionary wireless wireless power supply technology. With GuRu we envision a new generation of wirelessly operated devices. ”
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When the technology works the way Motorola and GuRu hope it will eliminate the hassle of charging cradles or cables, and you can easily charge the device by going to a room where the charging cradle provides power to the devices.
Motorola isn’t the only company working on such a solution, however. Another Chinese smartphone manufacturer recently launched Xiaomi presented a similar technology called Mi Air Charge, which works on similar principles and can charge your phone from anywhere in the same room as its charging base; Room positioning and energy transfer.
Unlike Motorola, which leverages GuRu’s technological capabilities, Xiaomi claims that its solution was developed in-house and has five phase interference antennas built in to accurately detect and lock a smartphone.
Similarly, Oppo had also unveiled its wireless charging solution. However, it uses magnetic resonance as a solution to wireless charging issues and has a shorter range than Xiaomi’s Mi Air Charge.
Whereby neither Xiaomi nor Oppo disclosed the commercial availability of their charging solutions. This is likely because current OTA wireless charging technology charges devices at very slow speeds and questions about the obvious health risks of such technology have yet to be answered.
Motorola has also not announced when this technology will be introduced on its smartphones. However, like its colleagues, the company hopes to create a “new generation of wireless devices”.