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Common Questions About Wireless Chargers

So you're in the market for a wireless phone charger—great choice! But with so many options out there, it can be difficult to know where to start. To help you out, here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a wireless charger for your phone.

Power Wattage. Higher wattage means faster charging times, making it a significant factor for those seeking a quick charging solution. For example, Anker wireless chargers like Anker 735 Charger can charge up to 65W, providing an impressive level of power.

Compatibility. It's important to consider compatibility when selecting a wireless phone charger since it can only support certain wireless charging standards such as Qi. Be sure to verify that your phone is compatible with the charger you're considering to avoid any issues with charging.

Safety. As with every electronic device, safety should always be a top priority. Make sure to select a product that is equipped with built-in safety features such as foreign object detection and short circuit protection, among others

It's worth noting that not all phones are compatible with wireless chargers. To use a wireless charger, there are a couple of conditions that need to be met. So it's wise to keep these in mind when you're shopping for a wireless charger.


  1. Your phone must support wireless charging standards like Qi.
  2. Your phone and the wireless charger must follow the same wireless charging standards to function properly.


Before you buy, verify these conditions before purchasing as failure to do so may result in incompatibility. Qi chargers, for example, are generally compatible with any Qi-enabled device, making them suitable for charging smartphones, including Android and iPhones.

To charge your phone, you'll have to place it on either a charging pad or a charging stand, depending on the charger's design. It's worthwhile to note that when using a charging pad, you should position your phone in the center facing upwards to ensure optimal charging.


If you're using a charging stand, it's important to align your phone correctly with the stand so that it charges efficiently. By keeping these tips in mind, you can enjoy wireless charging with total convenience.

It is not recommended to leave your phone on a wireless charger overnight. Overcharging can cause your phone's battery to degrade, resulting in a shorter lifespan.


If you still choose to charge your phone overnight, it's best to use a certified wireless charger like Anker's, which comes equipped with a MultiProtect safety system. This ensures maximum safety during charging, minimizing the risk of damage to your device.

Wireless chargers do not drain your phone's battery. Just like portable power stations and power banks, a wireless charger solely transfers energy from a power source to your device.

Using a high-quality wireless charger to keep your phone's battery level above 50% is more beneficial than waiting until the battery drops below 10% before charging. This can help extend your phone's overall battery lifespan and ensure that you always have enough power whenever you need it.

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