Wireless technology is becoming increasingly popular and since companies like Samsung and Apple used this feature, other manufacturers like Xiaomi, Lenovo, Sony, Nokia, and LG have all used this feature. Although wireless charging is currently being popularized by these manufacturers, it has not been fully developed and the progress of its development is quite slow.
Current report has it that Huawei, one of the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world has now shown its interest in wireless charging technology. As of now, none of Huawei’s smartphones uses wireless charging but the company gave some ideas on how to improve the performance of AirFuel’s magnetic resonance wireless charging technology. Huawei has a Watt Lab and the company is a member AirFuel Wireless Power Consortium and WPC Wireless Charging Alliance. It gave its suggestions to in the AirFuel Wireless Charging Conference and Developer Forum which held recently in Shenzhen. It is expected that Huawei will use Qi and AirFuel’s wireless charging technology in some of its future smartphones.