Motorola Air Charging Unveiled

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Motorola Air Charging Unveiled

Earlier this year, Motorola demonstrated a real wireless charging technology that requires no physical contact between the device and the charger.  Months later, the Lenovo-owned brand is now introducing an updated version of this technology.

Previously, Motorola used to call its original wireless charging technology ‘Motorola One Hyper’.  Since 2019 it has been weird to use a name brand associated with its budget smart phones.  Therefore, the company changed its name to Motorola Air Charging.

Motorola’s original wireless charging not only gets a new name, it’s similar to the ‘Xiaomi Mi Air Charge’, but also a fully functional prototype.  For those who don’t know, Xiaomi’s solution is just an idea.

According to Weibo’s official announcement, Motorola’s air charging technology can charge up to 4 devices at a time.  It operates within 3 meters and 100 meters.

The company says its solution uses 1600 antennas that are regularly scanned for devices.  This network setup, with the help of a free chipset and algorithm, claims a stable charging company.

Lenovo’s sub-brand also claims that the solution works on paper, leather and similar materials.  However, for safety reasons, charging is stopped when a human presence is detected by ‘biological monitoring technology’.

Unfortunately, Motorola does not say when the air charging solution will be commercialized.  Interestingly, one of the companies responsible for this technology is Guru Wireless, Inc.

One of Lenovo’s executives has hinted that Motorola is ready to enter the air charging market

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Written by Shahina P


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