Today, there are a lot of phones that come with wireless charging compatibility, which implies that you can simply place your phone on a charging pad and see its battery filling up. This new technology is attractive to many users indeed. However, it still raises a lot of concerns and questions. The most pressing one is whether wireless charging is better than your old USB cable. In this blog, we will try to answer this question.
It goes without saying that wired charging is not as “flashy” as the wireless one. Yet, it still has its benefits. First, you do not have to look for phone models that support wireless charging technology. Second, if you travel often, it is much easier to pack a wired charger because it is much more portable. If you are concerned about the speed of charging, wired charging is faster. Finally, it is cheaper, if you are not unlimited in your budget.
What about wireless charging? Do you have to bother about them at all? Well, it must be admitted that it is a great convenience to use them. You do not have to attach any cables to your device. Besides, you do not have to worry about the degradation of the charging ports. Everyone knows that USB cables are rather easy to break and you often have to spend quite a lot of money on replacing them. If you also care about the style and looks, there is no denying that wireless dock stations look cool. No cords are dangling from your plug sockets.
Regardless of all the enumerated advantages and disadvantages, there is no universal solution. You should ask yourself which features are more important for you: convenience and looks or speed and functionality.