Wireless charging, v;
The powering up of devices like smartphones, tablets, and computers without a wired connection to a source of electricity. Also called “inductive charging,” the process transfers energy between two objects by way of an electromagnetic field.
Samsung’s next phone, the Galaxy S6, is touted to have wireless charging via an external platform or case. It will be the first phone on the market specifically created with this ability. When a user sets their phone onto the charging platform, energy is sent through the EM field and channeled to the device’s battery.
While wireless charging isn’t as fast as the traditional USB, it can help to increase the durability of your phone and is becoming a more reasonable investment for corporations creating new devices.