As convenience goes, wireless charging can’ t be beaten. Apple stuck the wireless charging tech in the iPhone 8 or later features, the wireless charging tech has suddenly become much more important. Wireless charging pads are great for a desk or nightstand and makes charging your phone as simple as putting it down on a surface. They make it simpler to keep your battery at its highest, no matter where you’re at. We’ve tested some of the most popular models out there for both Android and iPhone, and discovered a new wireless charger which our favorites among the bunch.
Andobil 15W Fast Charging Wireless Charger
Andobil 15W wireless charger is the world’s first Qi MP-A11 EPP medium power certified wireless charger. The Andobil Wireless Charger Pad can output up to 15W for fast wireless charging of phones like the LG V30, can also output up to 10W for fast wireless charging of phones like the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Optimized for iPhone
Andobil wireless charger optimized for iPhone, which charges an iPhone with the latest version of iOS at rates up to 7.5 watts – just lay your phone onto the charging pad and go. Fine-tuned for the new iPhones, your phone won’t overheat or shut down prematurely. It won’t interfere with other operations of your iPhone.
Made for: iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8
We like the style of this wireless charging pad from Andobil. These are some of the most futuristic looking chargers I have ever seen. It has a suspension design and aluminum body with a silicone logo in the middle that ensures your phone won’t slip off the sweet pot. Compared to other wireless chargers, there’s a decent weight and the bottom of the charging pad is non-slip silicone ring, so it shouldn’t slide around on your desktop. It boasts a luxurious look, hand-polished metal aperture, full of artistic beauty. It plugs in via USB type-C protocol, which means it will support the highest energy capacity and will be largely future-proof, as most devices require this connection these days.
Andobil wireless chargers output up to 15-watts. It can easily charge power-hungry phones like the LG V30, Samsung Galaxy Note8 and S8. Apple devices, because of the way they are engineered, the iOS 11.2 increased the maximum wireless charging speed to 7.5 watts. That’s 50 percent faster. but charging speeds vary, and they slow down a lot as the battery gets full. The soonest that a full charge will take is roughly 3 hours for iPhone.
The wireLess charger protects your phone against some of the common problems that occur with rechargeable batteries: overcharging, overvoltage, and overcurrent. Overcharging happens when you let your device charge too long. The battery is full, but power still gets pumped in. This can damage a battery, ruining its ability to hold a charge. Andobil’s technology allows the charger to see that the battery is full, and to reduce its charging rate to a trickle.
The blue LED indicator light is something we are deeply impressed by. It’s a soft light ring on the between the top and the coil of the charger, which means you don’t have to worry about not being able to get any sleep with the light on throughout the night.
If you keep a case on your phone, you shouldn’t worry too much about whether it will work with a wireless charging pad or stand. The vast majority of cases will work just fine. But you need to remove metal back (or a battery case), wallet case, especially thick cases before charging your phone. Most chargers will work fine on any case up to 3mm thick, this wireless charger can go through a 5mm case with ease.