Shortly after Xiaomi introduced Mi Air Charge, Motorola introduced an understanding of how devices can be charged wirelessly from a distance. Lenovo subsidiary technology can charge from a distance of 1 meter, as long as nothing gets in the way between the charger and the device.
According to the official video, the two Motorola Edge phones (probably modified for testing) are located 80 cm and 100 cm apart from the charger, respectively. They start using the battery immediately, but when a person puts his hand on the charger, the process stops.
Here is the video:
The charger is clearly called Motorola One Hyper and the technology is based on the Qi standard, but the company says it’s actually better. There can be seven phones charging at the same time, but Motorola doesn’t give you real numbers such as device charging rate, whether all phones can be used at the same speed, or can share charging capacity. Hmm.
Motorola may also want to move the industry forward from the need to keep the phone in the charger, although this is the “right way to do wireless charging” and may sound like a bargain to Xiaomi. Claimed to be highly sexual.