Wireless chargers are the next step on battery charging technology. They’re practical, easy to use and eliminate the need to use cables during the charging process. Cables can be dangerous sometimes. For example, if you leave your cellphone on the floor while it's charging, someone might get tangled up with the power cable and fall.

In addition, cables limit your freedom of movement, especially when they’re too short. So, if the battery is still too low to unplug the cellphone, you won’t be able to get too far from the outlet to make a call.

In addition, wired cellphones tend to cause damage to the charging port, because of the friction generated due to continuous plugging and unplugging. So, there are many reasons why it’s better to opt for wireless charging technologies.

For example, a wireless car charger will keep your cellphone steady on the charging platform, despite the vibration of the car. So, there’s no risk of accidental slipping while you’re on the move. In addition, the charging platform of a wireless car charger is the perfect support for using your cellphone as a road camera.

Wireless chargers are also easier to use, because you only need to place the cellphone on the charging platform to use it. Also, you won't have to unplug the phone every time you need to use it.

Unfortunately, wireless chargers have a big con. They take three times the time it would take for a regular wired charger to fully charge a battery. However, new technologies are currently being developed to solve this problem.

Also, wireless chargers are designed to work with the most modern cellphone models. So, if you currently use one of those obsolete analog models, you won’t be able to use one of these. However, there are USB devices that allow adapting any type of phone to a wireless charger.

However, wireless chargers are much more durable than wired models. They also prevent overheating in the battery and electronic components of the cellphone. In fact, the main cause of defective batteries is the use of an inappropriate cellphone charger.

Each cellphone model is manufactured to withstand a given voltage and current flow. If you exceed the voltage, you’ll end up burning the electronic components, leaving your cellphone completely useless.

However, if you exceed the amperage, the same doesn’t happen. In fact, the electrons flow is much higher, allowing the battery to charge faster. However, buying a charger with higher amperage than required may cause overheating.

If exposure to high temperatures is too long, the possible damage will be much worse. Therefore, it isn't convenient to leave wired chargers connected to cellphones for too long.

However, if you leave your cellphone charging on a wireless device for too long, there’s no risk of damage. The heating generated by wireless chargers is almost imperceptible and doesn’t affect the battery or electronic components. So, basically, wireless devices are the best option to extend the life of your cellphone.

So, as you can see, wireless cellphone chargers aren’t exactly the fastest of all, but the safest. They prevent accidents caused by cables crossed in the road and keep your cellphone steady in a safe position. So, if safety and comfort are the most important things for you, wireless charging devices are certainly your best choice.

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