Faster Wireless Charging Comes To Smartphones With Thinniest 15W Antennas

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Aiming to deliver faster, more efficient charging in next-generation smartphones, NuCurrent has launched what it touts the industry’s thinnest and most efficient Qi-compliant smartphone antennas at the CES 2018. For phones that incorporate NuCurrent’s 15-watt antennas, users will get more power to their batteries in a shorter period, resulting in a superior wireless charging experience, the company said

With an antenna thickness of only 0.20 millimeters, smartphone manufacturers can now offer more efficient and faster wireless charging while keeping form factors extremely thin.

“Now that wireless charging on the Qi standard has been broadly adopted in the smartphone industry, the path forward is towards a better user experience with faster, more efficient charging,” said Jacob Babcock, CEO, NuCurrent. “NuCurrent’s patented MLMT technology has been at the forefront of wireless charging technology in today’s smartphones. The ‘Q15 line’ is the natural next step in the evolution of the technology.”

Being the thinnest in the industry and available on flexible printed substrates, the new antennas offer smartphone manufacturers design flexibility, the company said.

“As the popularity and rapid adoption of wireless charging continues, the next competitive advantage for smartphone manufacturers will be charging rates,” said Babcock. “For thin-form phones, a 15-watt, Qi-compliant charge is only possible with NuCurrent’s MLMT technology.”

“Based on NuCurrent testing, wireless charging rates for current smartphone models tops out at 8 watts on Samsung devices and 7.5 watts on for Apple devices. For phones that incorporate NuCurrent’s 15-watt antennas, users will get more power to their batteries in a shorter period, resulting in a superior wireless charging experience”, the announcement noted.

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. The “Q15 line” of 15-watt antennas are immediately available.

To learn more about the new “Q15 line” of Qi-compliant smartphone antennas, visit http://nucurrent.com.

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