Report: wireless charging consumes 47% more power than wired charging

Wireless charging is convenient, but it also has some disadvantages. In addition to being slower than wired charging, wireless charging consumes about 47% more energy than wired charging, according to a new report. < p > < p > onezero and ifixit calculate that wireless charging consumes more energy and generates more heat than traditional wired charging. < / P > < p > although wireless charging is more convenient, you just need to pat the phone on the charging board to charge. However, onezero and ifixit’s testing of pixel 4 smartphones gives some surprising numbers. Wireless charging takes about 21.01 wh to charge the phone from 0 to 100%. < / P > < p > for comparison, wired charging only takes 14.26 watt hours to fully charge the phone. This means that, while convenient, wireless charging does not consume more power to charge the phone, and generates more heat. < / P > < p > in addition, it home has learned that even if no mobile phone is charging, the wireless charger will consume a certain amount of power. Moreover, if the mobile phone position on the wireless charging board is not aligned, it will consume more power. < / P > < p > smart phone OEMs like Google and apple can add a function to the mobile phone. If the mobile phone is not aligned, it will prohibit wireless charging, which will greatly reduce power waste. Older posts →

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