Under Lenovo, Motorola has created a niche for itself in the competitive Android market by making most no-frills devices. Moto One 5GS And Moto G Silas. The company’s most popular phones avoid features like wireless charging so they can end up at a lower price. So that’s what made Motorola’s latest announcement so interesting. It is Partnership With an agency called Guru Wireless Ownership on his phone to bring remote wireless charging technology. The two did not provide much detail about their partnership, but Guru said it would work to meet Motorola’s “strict requirements on quality, power efficiency and safety.”
Several individual companies and startups have been trying to make remote wireless charging a reality ever since. 2015There is little to show for this effort outside of anyone Fancy prototypes. This makes Motorola’s partnership with Guru something like Munshot, but trying new ideas is nothing new. After all, it was the company that gave us Motorcycle mode And a Folding display king. It is not alone in trying to integrate the technology into its devices. This year, Xiaomi showed it off MI air charge The technology claims that it can remotely charge multiple devices at once.
All products offered by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, different from our parent company. Some of our stories include approved links. If you purchase something through one of these links, we can earn an approved commission.