We're told that the future of charging will be truly wireless, and if we believe in Motorola's technology, the future may be closer than we think. In a behind-the-scenes presentation, the company revealed its new space charging system, which includes a desktop charging station that can send up to four devices remotely.
Wireless charging or remote charging is a new idea in theory, but completely impractical from an engineering point of view. We saw Xiaomi making bold claims with the upcoming Mi Air Charge technology earlier this year, and now Motorola has come up with its own remote charging system. Pictures of the original Motorola transmitter, which initially appeared on Weibo (in Chinese), along with a Motorola video screen, show the power of the remote charging station for up to four smartphones from a distance of three meters.
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The charging station is said to have 1,600 antennas that are used to emit mmWave pulses to transmit power up to 5W. It's too slow for wireless solutions on the market, although Motorola says the station is "Space Charging" has a wide coverage of 100 degrees, works through paper and leather, and has built-in AI to detect if humans detect it. Stop charging remotely, a wide range of exposures.
It would definitely be much easier to Devices charge once, and if companies like Motorola and Xiaomi can make significant progress, this technology can be both useful and safe.Motorola's "Space Charging" pricing and accessories details and delivery time are currently unknown.
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