Global wireless phone chargers market would be worth USD 34 billion by 2019. Key driver of this growth would be an exponential rise in smart phone adoption, with number of users in 2019 set to exceed 8 billion. Wireless phone charging is currently offered for premium devices. Several mobile manufacturers like HTC, Nokia, Samsung, LG, etc. have introduced high-end phones (Galaxy S4, Nexus 4, Lumia) with wireless charging facility. However, it is expected to be the norm across various phone segments in forthcoming years.
There is increasing focus on convenient charging of phones in today’s times. This may be attributed to the rise in mobile computing that uses apps which consume significant amount of energy. Wireless charging pads allow phones to be charged without disconnecting or reconnecting cables to the device. Thus, the devices can be charged anywhere (tables, kiosks, airports, hotels, etc.), just by placing them down.
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Inductive wireless charging is the most suitable mode of keeping batteries of tablets and smart phones full. It allows flexibility in usage of the devices while they get charged. Moreover, this happens in an effortless and seamless manner. Wireless charging is perceived to become a regular feature in future as it creates an improved charging experience for consumers.
Key forces impacting wireless phone charging market are technological development, proliferation of smart devices, and rise in mobile computing. Phone manufacturers are developing standards and leveraging them to gain competitiveness through highly differentiated products.
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Wireless transfer of power is a complex process, requiring precision. Inductive wireless charging uses lesser amount of grid electricity to charge devices. Here, electricity is generated in a coil. The charger’s primary coil induces a current in the secondary coil of the device that is being charged.
Wireless chargers essentially use magnetism to transmit energy. The current from the wall power outlet passes through the wireless charger and creates a magnetic field. This in turn, creates a current in the device’s coil. This secondary coil is connected to the battery. Thus the battery gets charged by the current. Compatible device hardware is a prerequisite to the wireless charging technology.
Eminent players in the global wireless phone chargers market are Samsung and Nokia Corporation. Other notable vendors include Apple Inc., Google Inc., Intel Corporation, Qualcomm Inc., etc.
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