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Monday, March 25, 2013

6 Best Smartphones with Wireless Charging Capability 2013

Look Ma, no wires! Although wireless charging is nothing new, it is now catching on with smartphones. As an increasing number of smartphone makers are starting to add wireless charging capabilities to their flagship handsets, you could throw away your MicroUSB pot and just drop your phone right on a charging mat to give it juice! The Qi wireless charging tech allows power to be transferred from a charging mat or even a speaker dock to a smartphone's battery. 

While the future of its popularity still hangs in the air, I still round up the best smartphones that are available now and feature this growing technology. Ready to cut the cord? Now check out what smartphones are provided with wireless charging capability

1. Samsung Galaxy S4

Just in line with Samsung, Galaxy S4 will be introduced with wireless charging option in selected regions. And you need to place your smartphone on wireless charger pad or cover to charge your phone. 

Launched on March 14th, 2013, Samsung Galaxy S4 is not just a smartphone as the South Korean giant has powered this device amazing features to call it as life companion. As the first phone with Octa-core processor, it sports a 5-inch display and is also the successor of Galaxy S3 - the best selling Android phone. 

2. Nokia Lumia 920

If anything has to be talked about Nokia Lumia 920, surely it is the capabilities of wireless charging through Qi technology. The 4.5-inch dual core smartphone requires wireless charging Pad to charge your phone. It is the flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone and also the most selling WP8 phone as well. Unlike Galaxy S4, wireless charging pad is available worldwide.

Nokia is already selling three types of wireless charger as accessory, flat charger, Fatboy pillow charger and also charging and NFC enabled stand. The energy-efficient wireless chargers come in all shapes, sizes and colour's, so you can pick one to match your phone. Best of all, they’re all Qi-compatible, which means you can use any wireless charger you like. 

3. Google Nexus 4

Any devices that wears Google's Nexus badge should signal that it has cutting edge tech under the hood. The Google Nexus 4 delivers with a gorgeous 4.7-inch 1280-by-768 IPS Plus display, a 1.5-GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM. The Google Now improvements on this Android 4.2 Jelly Bean phone are especially delicious. Qi wireless charging is just the icing on the cake. Google will offer a Wireless Charging Orb, but you'll also be able to use other Qi accessories. 

4. HTC Droid DNA

Droid DNA from HTC is actually a device made for Verizon network and its international version (HTC Butterfly) does not feature wireless charging. So basically this feature is limited to US only.

As the first US smartphone to sport a 1080p display, the 5-inch Droid DNA is a beautiful beast of a handset. This phone delivers quad-core power, a sharp and fast 8-MP camera and Beats Audio in a relatively slim design. The DNA's 2,020 mAh battery will get you roughly 6.5 hours of battery life on 4G. And when it's time to replenish you can use any compatible Qi-enabled device. 

5. HTC Windows Phone 8X

Yes, you can get the Windows Phone 8X on AT&T and T-Mobile, but only the Verizon Wireless version offers wireless charging functionality. 8X offers almost all features of a high end phone with lots of color options as well.

It has a 4.3 inch display and runs on 1.5 GHz quad dual core processor. It has Windows 8 operating system and 1 GB RAM which is sufficient for the normal working. 8 MP snapper enables you to capture impressive images and record HD videos.The battery rating is 1800 MAh and you can charge it with Qi technology with chargers like the Energizer Inductive Charger. 

6. LG Spectrum 2

With a 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 IPS display and a dual-core 1.5-GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, the LG Spectrum 2 is a solid $99 Android smartphone for Verizon customers. DLNA compatibility and a built-in NFC chip give the Spectrum 2 the kind of features normally found on high-end devices. Add to that a Qi-compatible wireless charging chip built into the Spectrum 2's back panel and an optional charging pad and you have a compelling value.

Okay, that's all my collections for the best  wireless charging smartphones. Which one you are holding now? Which one you are planning to get? Show your ideas!

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