Is wireless charging the way of the future? It seems to be the best way forwards, even if it does mean Smartphones have to be a little bigger and heavier to compensate. The only trouble is that they done to find a way to make it more efficient, plus they need to find a way to keep the charging port switched on but so that it is not using any electricity until the phone is near it. Still, as future developments go it looks like the future.
1 – LG Spectrum 2 (Verizon Wireless)
This is the first of two LG phones on this list. It looks like LG are looking into the future the same way as HTC (they also have two phones on this list). The Spectrum 2 has not really has the reception it deserves. People have not really said anything too bad about it, but it just seems that too few people are talking about it when they really should be.
It comes at a very good price with the only downside being that ms people are complaining that the speakers are not as loud as other phones. Plus, it runs on the Android 4.0, which is hardly an old version but is still not the most up to date version. It is a very good phone and of course it features wireless charging so it is well worth the money if you decide to give it a go.
2 – HTC Windows Phone 8X (AT&T)
This is a 2012 phone that had a rather frosty reception, and that was only because when it was released there was a big fuss about camera quality going on and people focused too much on its camera and not on its other good features.
It uses an inductive charger so that you may charge up wirelessly. It is also a very sleek and thin phone that runs on Windows. It is underappreciated because phones seem to be ranked by statistics as oppose to on their own merits. That is why this phone has been left in the dark a little more than it should. Just because it processes slightly slower than the very fastest on the market somehow makes it an inferior model to some people. If you are looking for a good phone then try this one. There are even a few very well priced second hand ones too on the market if you are interested.
3 – HTC Droid DNA (Verizon Wireless)
It is a sexy name beloved by all the battered fans of Star Wars because it uses the word droid, though it is actually referring to the operating system. It uses the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system plus it has a decent 8-megapixel camera. Unlike a lot of wireless charge phones, this one has a very long battery life. HTC are not yet competing on a massive scale with the big hitters Samsung and Apple, but it is closing the gap (and rightfully so).
4 – Nokia Lumia 822 (Verizon Wireless)
It has expandable memory that stretches up to an impressive 64GB, and it has and 8-megapixel camera. It features wireless charging, which is great since the slighter later version goes back to charging the manual and usual way. It is a quality device that has the handy wireless charging function which is quite efficient and it has a decent amount of processing power so that it may handle most modern apps and games, and so that it will not go slow on you when you need it the most.
5 – LG Nexus 4 (T-Mobile)
This is the second LG phone on this list, and it is the very popular Nexus version. The Nexus 4 was released in 2012 and was a tremendous success. It was and is a very affordable phone that runs on the popular Android Jelly Bean operating system. It achieved great global sales and is still well respected to this day. Obviously, as you know by the article title–this phone has wireless charging.
The only complaint about this phone is that it is not 4G LTE ready, but the fact is that genuine 4G LTE (as the experts understand the term) is not actually as available in America as you may think. There are only a few spots in major cities where true and reliable 4G (i.e. broadband mobile Internet) is present. The phone is loaded with features and the price is now quite low compared to what it was, so if you can bag yourself a new one then you will not be disappointed.
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