Why do people not trust wireless smartphone charging? Myths and Reality know all
First Published Apr 7, 2021, 4:54 PM IST
It is not necessary to charge your phone through wireless charging, but people in India do not even try. Here are a few myths that you must avoid.
Do you think wireless charging affect the battery life of your smartphone? Well, if you do, then it's a myth because no science can prove that it actually affects battery life. Like this, there are many myths that we believe, which leads us to not using a wireless charging system. Mid-range to premium mobile phones come with a wireless charger, but we do not consider using them. Take a look.
Myth: Wireless doesn't allow battery to be charged constantly.
Reality: Well, it's true because you tend to pick up your phone more often from the wireless charging system than plug-in chargers, but however charging till 100% can also damage your smartphone's battery life.
Myth: You can't charge your phone over the cover.
Reality: New smartphones can be charged while the phone case is on via a wireless charging system. So, don't worry!
Myth: Wireless charging releases harmful radiation
Reality: No, not really. There's no such scientific reason to prove this. Qi-certified wireless charging pad emits no such radiation, and the little radiation that gets discharged doesn't affect the human body.
Myth: You won't be able to hold your phone while charging
Reality: It's true, you might not get to play games or surf your social media accounts, but you can play music or call any person via Google Assistant or Siri.
Myth: Wireless charging heats up your phone excessively
Reality: Heating up while charging is standard; it's not excessive. And wireless charging doesn't affect your smartphone's performance.