Phones with Wireless Charging - All Qi enabled Phones

Curious about whether your phone supports Qi charging? Look no further! Below is a comprehensive table showcasing all Qi-enabled phones and devices that currently embrace wireless charging according to the Qi open interface standard. This table updates in real time, offering you the latest information. With over 200 devices featuring Qi integration, this table stands as the most exhaustive online resource for phones equipped with wireless charging capabilities. We’ll keep expanding this list with new phones and devices as they hit the market.

What are Qi Wireless Charging Phones?

Let’s delve into what Qi wireless charging phones entail. This page not only delves into the mechanics of wireless charging, but also provides an overview of the current lineup of mobile phones compatible with the Qi standard for wireless charging via induction. The table below catalogs every Qi-compatible mobile phone inherently equipped with the Qi wireless charging standard. Additionally, some devices not listed here can be retrofitted with a specific Qi adapter or charging cover to enable wireless charging. Use this table as your go-to resource to quickly ascertain whether and how your phone can be wirelessly charged.

You’ll also gain more in-depth insights into wireless charging as a whole and Qi-enabled phones. Utilize the table below to filter your results and unearth the top phones leveraging wireless charging technology. You can also explore and filter through other Qi-enabled devices. Simply utilize the ‘Fast Charging’ blue filter to swiftly compile a list of phones supporting fast wireless charging. The same applies to ‘Reverse Wireless Charging’ Phones.

Table: All Wireless Charging Phones and Devices 2024

Qi DevicePriceProducerCategoryFast ChargeReverse Charge
iPhone 14$700.00AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone 14 Plus$734.99AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone 14 Pro$1,008.74AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone 14 Pro Max$1,280.00AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone SE 2022$429.00AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W-
iPhone 13$829.00AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone 13 Pro$999.00AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone 13 Pro Max$1,099.00AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone 13 Mini$629.99AppleSmartphoneYes 12W-
iPhone 12$642.36AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone 12 mini$632.03AppleSmartphoneYes 12W-
iPhone 12 Pro$788.75AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone 12 Pro Max$958.93AppleSmartphoneYes 15W-
iPhone SE 2020$144.98AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W-
iPhone 11$399.00AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W-
iPhone 11 Pro$383.86AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W-
iPhone 11 Pro Max$417.86AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W-
iPhone X--AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W (iOS 11.2)-
iPhone XS$899.00AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W-
iPhone XS Max$960.16AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W-
iPhone XR$499.00AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W-
iPhone 8$558.28AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W (iOS 11.2)-
iPhone 8 Plus$320.00AppleSmartphoneYes 7.5W (iOS 11.2)-
AirPods Pro$249.99AppleHeadphones--
Fire HD 10 Plus$104.99Amazon TabletYes 15W-
Fire HD 8 Plus$104.98Amazon TabletYes 10W-
Aspire S24 UR12AcerScreen--
PadFone SAsusSmartphone--
Zen AiO 27AsusScreen--
Beoplay E8Bang & OlufsenHeadphones--
Dark Base Pro 900be quiet!PC Case--
BV9600 ProBlackviewSmartphoneYes-
BV9500 PlusBlackviewSmartphoneYes-
BV6800 ProBlackviewSmartphoneYes-
BV5800 ProBlackviewSmartphoneYes-
G'z One CommandoCASIOSmartphone--
Phone Pro QiEnergySmartphone--
Arrows X F-10DFujitsuSmartphone--
Arrows F-09DFujitsuSmartphone--
Arrows Kiss F-03EFujitsuSmartphone--
Arrows Kiss F-03DFujitsuSmartphone--
Pixel 7a$499.00GoogleSmartphoneYes 21W (Google charger)5 Watts
Pixel 7$569.99GoogleSmartphoneYes 21W (Google charger)5 Watts
Pixel 7 Pro$869.00GoogleSmartphoneYes 23W (Google charger)5 Watts
Pixel 6$599.00GoogleSmartphoneYes 21W (Google charger)5 Watts
Pixel 6 Pro$636.00GoogleSmartphoneYes 23W (Google charger)5 Watts
Pixel 5$446.00GoogleSmartphoneYes (Google charger)5 Watts
Pixel 4a$569.99GoogleSmartphoneYes (Google charger)-
Pixel 4$227.99GoogleSmartphoneYes (Google charger)-
Pixel 4 XL$445.90GoogleSmartphoneYes (Google charger)-
Pixel 3$229.00GoogleSmartphoneYes (Google charger)-
Pixel 3 XL$329.97GoogleSmartphoneYes (Google charger)-
Nexus 7$199.00GoogleTablet--
Nexus 6$369.00GoogleSmartphone--
Nexus 5GoogleSmartphone--
Windows Phone 8X--HTCSmartphone--
HuaweiSmartphoneYes 50W5 Watts
Mate 50 Pro$1,508.00HuaweiSmartphoneYes 50W5 Watts
P50 Pro$835.00HuaweiSmartphoneYes 50W-
Mate 40 Pro$2,455.00HuaweiSmartphoneYes 50W5 Watts
P30 Pro$545.90HuaweiSmartphoneYes5 Watts
Mate 30 Pro$2,139.00HuaweiSmartphoneYes 27W5 Watts
Mate 20 Pro$881.86HuaweiSmartphoneYes5 Watts
Mate RS--HuaweiSmartphone--
Freebuds 3$181.45HuaweiHeadphones--
Freebuds 2 ProHuaweiHeadphones--
MatePad Pro$625.00HuaweiTabletYes-
KensingtonLaptop Riser--
Torque G02KyoceraSmartphone--
Hydro EliteKyoceraSmartphone--
Urbano L01KyoceraSmartphone--
Urbano L03KyoceraSmartphone--
Zone Wireless $225.00LogitechHeadphones--
V60 ThinQ 5G$439.95LGSmartphoneYes-
G8s ThinQ--LGSmartphoneYes-
G8 ThinQ$469.00LGSmartphoneYes-
V50 ThinQLGSmartphoneYes-
V40 ThinQ$399.98LGSmartphone--
G7 ThinQ$179.00LGSmartphone--
G6 PlusLGSmartphone--
V10 (with accessoire)$79.95LGSmartphone--
G4 (with accessoire)$57.45LGSmartphone--
G3 (with accessoire)$114.97LGSmartphone--
G2 (with accessoire)$45.00LGSmartphone--
Vu 2LGSmartphone--
Lucid 3$44.95LGSmartphone--
Optimus IT L-05ELGSmartphone--
Optimus G Pro$249.56LGSmartphone--
Spectrum 2LGSmartphone--
Vu 3LGSmartphone--
Lucid 2$44.95LGSmartphone--
Optimus F5LGSmartphone--
Master 4GM.T.T.Smartphone--
Lumia 950$399.00MicrosoftSmartphone--
Lumia 950 XL$399.99MicrosoftSmartphone--
Lumia 950 Dual SIM$399.00MicrosoftSmartphone--
Edge 30 Pro$698.00MotorolaSmartphoneYes5 Watts
Edge+$1,029.00MotorolaSmartphoneYes 15W (Motorola charger)-
Droid Turbo 2$304.83MotorolaSmartphone--
X ForceMotorolaSmartphone--
Droid Maxx$24.95MotorolaSmartphone--
Moto 360 (2nd Gen)--MotorolaSmartwatch--
Moto MaxxMotorolaSmartphone--
Medias X N-04ENECSmartphone--
Medias PP N-01DNECSmartphone--
Phone (1)$408.99NothingSmartphoneYes 15WYes 5W
XR20$364.00NokiaSmartphoneYes 15W-
9 PureView$545.00NokiaSmartphoneYes 10W-
8 Sirocco$699.98NokiaSmartphoneYes-
Lumia 1520$265.00NokiaSmartphone--
Lumia Icon 929$129.00NokiaSmartphone--
Lumia 930$180.78NokiaSmartphone--
Lumia 928$278.00NokiaSmartphone--
Lumia 920$69.00NokiaSmartphone--
Lumia 830$199.00NokiaSmartphone--
Lumia 735--NokiaSmartphone--
Adapt BBNikeShoes--
8 Pro$649.00OnePlusSmartphoneYes-
Eluga V P-06DPanasonicSmartphone--
Eluga P P-03EPanasonicSmartphone--
Eluga X P-02EPanasonicSmartphone--
ZIK 3--ParrotHeadphones--
Phone 2$773.01RazerSmartphone--
Galaxy S23$699.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S23+$849.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S23 Ultra$999.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Fold 5$1,899.00SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Flip 5$1,119.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 12W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Fold 4$1,479.00SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Flip 4$799.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S22$688.94SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S22+$849.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S22 Ultra$999.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S21 FE$599.00SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G$1,199.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G$828.00SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S21$750.40SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S21+$637.49SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S21 Ultra$695.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Fold 2$560.00SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S20 FE$524.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S20$549.00SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S20+--SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy S20 Ultra$1,399.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Flip 5G$689.00SamsungSmartphoneYes 11W5 Watts
Galaxy Z Flip$879.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 11W5 Watts
Galaxy Fold--SamsungSmartphoneYes5 Watts
Galaxy S10--SamsungSmartphoneYes 12W5 Watts
Galaxy S10E$349.99SamsungSmartphoneYes-
Galaxy S10+$351.99SamsungSmartphoneYes 12W5 Watts
Galaxy S9--SamsungSmartphoneYes 9W-
Galaxy S9+$399.97SamsungSmartphoneYes 9W-
Galaxy S8$271.89SamsungSmartphoneYes 9W-
Galaxy S8+$379.00SamsungSmartphoneYes 9W-
Galaxy S7$397.79SamsungSmartphoneYes 9W-
Galaxy S7 Edge$359.76SamsungSmartphoneYes 9W-
Galaxy S7 Active$286.41SamsungSmartphoneYes 9W-
Galaxy S6$329.97SamsungSmartphone--
Galaxy S6 Edge$154.99SamsungSmartphone--
Galaxy S6 Active$329.97SamsungSmartphone--
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G--SamsungTabletYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Note 20 5G$749.97SamsungTabletYes 15W5 Watts
Galaxy Note 20SamsungTabletYes5 Watts
Galaxy Note 10+--SamsungTabletYes 15W-
Galaxy Note 10--SamsungTabletYes 11W-
Galaxy Note 9--SamsungTablet--
Galaxy Note 8$399.97SamsungTablet--
Galaxy Note 5$199.99SamsungTablet--
Galaxy Buds+$124.99SamsungHeadphones--
Galaxy Buds--SamsungHeadphones--
Galaxy Gear S3$449.00SamsungSmartwatch--
Galaxy Gear S2$179.99SamsungSmartwatch--
Galaxy Watch$248.98SamsungSmartwatch--
Galaxy Watch Active$269.99SamsungSmartwatch--
V2 (or V Squared)SaygusSmartphone--
Aquos SH-13CSharpSmartphone--
Aquos Zeta SH-06ESharpSmartphone--
Aquos Zeta SH-09DSharpSmartphone--
Aquos SH-07DSharpSmartphone--
Q-POT SH-04DSharpSmartphone--
Aquos Slider SH-02DSharpSmartphone--
Aquos EX SH-04ESharpSmartphone--
Xperia 1 II$925.99SonySmartphoneYes-
Xperia XZ3$309.99SonySmartphoneYes-
Xperia XZ2$289.99SonySmartphoneYes-
Basic BearTechdySmartphone--
Bear ProTechdySmartphone--
Signature TouchVertuSmartphone--
XiaomiSmartphoneYes 50W (Xiaomi charger)10 Watts
13 Pro$1,299.00XiaomiSmartphoneYes 50W (Xiaomi charger)10 Watts
12$469.99XiaomiSmartphoneYes5 Watts
12 Pro$760.00XiaomiSmartphoneYes 55W (Xiaomi charger)5 Watts
Mi 11XiaomiSmartphoneYes5 Watts
Mi 10 UltraXiaomiSmartphoneYes 55W (Xiaomi charger)-
Mi 10 ProXiaomiSmartphoneYes 55W (Xiaomi charger)-
Mi 10--XiaomiSmartphoneYes 55W (Xiaomi charger)-
XiaomiSmartphoneYes 55W (Xiaomi charger)-
Mi 7XiaomiSmartphoneYes-
Mi Mix 3XiaomiSmartphoneYes-
Mi Mix 2SXiaomiSmartphone--
Armor 7--UlefoneSmartphoneYes-
Armor 6SUlefoneSmartphoneYes-
Z2 ProUmidigiSmartphoneYes-
One ProUmidigiSmartphoneYes-
Midgard III QiXigmatekComputer Case--
YotaPhone 2--YotaPhoneSmartphone--
Axon 9 Pro--ZTESmartphone--
Telstra Tough MaxZTESmartphone--
Telstra Tough MaxZTESmartphone--

How does Wireless Charging work?

how does wireless charging for smartphones work

For those unfamiliar with the mechanics of wireless charging for smartphones, this section provides a concise overview. Inductive chargers, a mainstay in the market for several years, have encountered initial hurdles. Wireless charging, now a standard feature in smartphones, employs induction technology—akin to that of electronic toothbrushes—to transmit energy wirelessly over short distances using electromagnetic waves, thus supplying smartphones with power.

But what exactly constitutes a Qi-enabled mobile phone, and which phones support inductive charging? The subsequent sections address these queries. The market for wireless chargers adhering to the Qi standard has witnessed substantial growth over the past few years. Wireless charging has become a pervasive trend, even garnering support from iPhones.

Rather than relying on cable chargers, wireless charging offers the convenience of placing your device on a mobile charging station. Once the station detects a compatible device, it generates a small electromagnetic field a few millimeters above its charging surface. Upon placement, the exchange of inductive energy between the coils of the transmitter and receiver commences immediately. The receiver coil then directs a current directly to your smartphone’s battery, facilitating wireless charging.

What is the Qi Standard?

Qi Wireless Charging
Qi-Standard Logo © WPC

What does Qi stand for? Qi serves as a universal standard for wireless charging, developed by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) in 2008. It operates on the principle of induction, utilizing electromagnetic waves to wirelessly transfer energy over short distances. Induction chargers, also known as inductive chargers, are synonymous with Qi standard chargers. Qi has become the standard for smartphones and other small devices, firmly establishing itself in the realm of wireless charging.

The WPC boasts over 360 member companies, all adhering to the standards outlined by the Qi Certification Program. This program relies on a global network of independent, authorized test laboratories tasked with evaluating safety, interoperability, and functionality. These labs employ various testing procedures to assess these specific properties, with only Qi-certified devices permitted to bear the Qi logo.

The Qi standard prioritizes customer safety through measures such as foreign object detection and heat shielding. Independent laboratories testing non-certified products have recorded temperatures as high as 93 degrees Celsius, potentially leading to third-degree burns. Therefore, it’s crucial to ensure that Qi-compatible phones feature the WPC-authorized Qi logo.

How fast is Wireless Charging?

One of the primary advantages of Qi-enabled phones is their compatibility with all Qi chargers, regardless of the manufacturer. Wireless charging proves incredibly convenient, eliminating the need for cumbersome charging cables. Thanks to the Qi standard, Qi charging typically operates at power levels ranging from 5 to 15 watts, with Qi chargers being universally backward compatible. For insights into the best Qi chargers and their varying power levels, consult our smartphone descriptions.

Most modern smartphone models support the speedier Fast Wireless Charging, delivering power levels of 10 to 15 watts. However, the impact of this charging level on device performance varies depending on the manufacturer, necessitating a suitable Qi charger for optimal functionality. Presently, iPhones support power levels of 7.5, 12, or 15 watts when utilizing the MagSafe charger, while the Google Pixel 6 can achieve power levels of up to 23 watts. Manufacturers typically design wireless chargers adhering to the Qi standard to accommodate multiple power levels.

Although Qi technology entered the mass market in 2024, some smartphone manufacturers have embraced it earlier than others. Numerous smartphones currently available firmly espouse the Qi standard, as detailed in our ‘What is the Qi Standard?’ article.

Samsung’s Fast Wireless Charging:

  • 15 watts: from Galaxy S20-series on / Galaxy Note 10+
  • 12 watts: from Galaxy S10-series on
  • 11 watts: Galaxy Note 10
  • 9 watts: from S7-series on

Apple’s Fast Wireless Charging:

  • 15 watts: from iPhone 12 on (incl. MagSafe)
  • 12 watts: iPhone 13 mini / iPhone 12 mini
  • 7.5 watts: from iPhone 8 on + iPhone SE

Qi enabled devices

What Are Qi-enabled Phones?

Phones that support Qi charging utilize the Qi standard, with “Qi” translating to “life energy” in Chinese, for wireless charging either by default or via upgrade. These phones incorporate a Qi receiver coil, enabling the transfer of inductive energy. If you’re considering wireless charging for your mobile phone, it’s essential to confirm its compatibility with the Qi standard.

Most smartphones come equipped with built-in Qi compatibility, while older devices may necessitate manufacturer upgrades. Generally, most other mobile phones can be upgraded with a Qi adapter. You can find Qi-compatible and Qi-certified smartphone models in our mobile phone overview, including models designed for upgrades.

How Do You Add Inductive Charging Via Qi?

Wireless Charging Case for Smartphones

You can easily upgrade your mobile phone with Qi compatibility using special Qi charging pads if the back of your device lacks charging contacts specifically for Qi receivers. These charging pads, when attached to the back of your phone, connect to your device’s battery, enabling inductive charging.

Inductive charging facilitates the flow of energy from a Qi charger to your mobile device’s battery through a Qi receiver coil. Wireless charging cases offer an alternative to charging pads and sometimes feature additional built-in batteries.

How To Make Your Device Qi Compatible?

Devices that are Qi-certified and compatible come with built-in Qi receiver coils. However, older or non-compatible devices can still be converted into wireless charging phones by utilizing the Qi standard. Some smartphone models utilize specific charging contacts compatible with Qi receivers, while others require universal charging pads for wireless charging.

Current Mobile Phones With Wireless Charging

Our mobile phone list features the latest Qi-enabled phones at the top. Modern smartphone models, particularly those from Samsung (and more recently Apple), typically incorporate built-in Qi compatibility. Older phone models and adapters typically support power levels of five watts for wireless charging. Recent Apple iPhone models support power levels of up to 15 watts, while Samsung’s latest models support power levels of up to ten watts. The Google Pixel 6 boasts a power level of 23 watts!

You can select your desired smartphone model from our Qi mobile phone overview to discover suitable wireless charging accessories.

New Wireless Charging Phones: The latest Qi capable Phones

We’ve gathered a list of the latest Qi-capable phones as of 2024:

  • Samsung Galaxy S24 / Plus / Ultra
  • Apple iPhone 15 / Plus / Pro / Pro Max
  • Samsung Galaxy S23 / Plus / Ultra
  • Apple iPhone 14/ Plus / Pro/ Pro Max
  • Apple iPhone SE 2022
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 5G/ S22+ (Plus) 5G/ S22 Ultra 5G
  • Apple iPhone 13/ Mini/ Pro/ Pro Max
  • Google Pixel 6/ Pixel 6 Pro
  • Apple iPhone 12/ iPhone 12 Pro (Max)/ iPhone 12 mini
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 5G/ S21+ (Plus) 5G/ S21 Ultra 5G
  • Google Pixel 5/ Pixel 5 XL
  • Huawei P40 Pro (+)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20/ 5G/ Ultra 5G
  • Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus (Tablet)
  • Apple iPhone SE 2 (2020) 2nd Generation
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
  • Samsung Galaxy S20/ S20+/ S20 Ultra
  • OnePlus 8 Pro
  • Nokia 9 PureView
  • Xiaomi 12/ 12 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10/ Note 10+
  • Apple iPhone 11/ 11 Pro/ 11 Pro Max
  • Google Pixel 4
  • Xiaomi Mi 11
  • ZTE Axon 10 Pro
  • Huawei P30 Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 9 & Mi 9 Pro
  • Samsung Galaxy S10
  • ZTE Axon 9 Pro
  • LG V40 ThinQ
  • Google Pixel 3/ Pixel 3 XL
  • Huawei Mate 20 Pro
  • LG G7 ThinQ
  • Apple iPhone XS/ XS Max/ XR
  • Samsung Galaxy S9/ S9+

Wireless Charging of Smartphones: Pros & Cons

Here are the major pros and cons of smartphones featuring wireless charging:

Qi enabled Phones Pros:

  • Convenient for daily use
  • No impact on device durability
  • Usable in vehicles
  • Qi charging standard consistent across multiple manufacturers
  • Increasing availability in public locations (bars, cafés, airports, hotels)
  • Safer than wired charging in public locations

Qi enabled Phones Cons:

  • Charging may take longer depending on your phone and charger
  • Higher power consumption compared to wired charging
  • Some devices require upgrades to support wireless charging
  • Devices must maintain direct contact with charging stations
  • Thicker protective covers may not be usable during charging

Samsung Wireless Charging Phones

Wireless Charging Samsung Phones

Interested in knowing which Samsung phones support contactless charging? Simply utilize the “Samsung filter” in the table above to find out.

While Nokia was technically the first to adopt Qi technology, Samsung is widely recognized as a pioneer in wireless charging. If you’re seeking to wirelessly charge your Samsung phone, you’re in luck: Samsung boasts the largest selection of Qi-compatible phones. Since the release of its Samsung Galaxy S6 model, the South Korean manufacturer has embraced the Qi charging standard and has introduced additional Qi chargers for subsequent model series. It’s no surprise that Samsung leads the market in Qi chargers.

Samsung recently launched its wireless “Galaxy Buds” Bluetooth headphones, further solidifying its position as a wireless charging pioneer. These headphones can be charged using any charging station and can even be charged by placing them on the back of the Galaxy S10. If you’re an Android smartphone user, some of the best Qi-charging phones can be found among Samsung devices listed above.

Wireless Charging for Apple iPhones

Wireless Charging for Apple iPhoneWhen it comes to smartphones, few names are as iconic as Apple. The Apple iPhone, renowned for its innovations in the mobile phone industry, adopted contactless charging relatively late according to the Qi standard. The iPhone 8 was the first model to embrace wireless charging using the Qi standard, followed by all subsequent models.

How To Upgrade Any Smartphone To Make It Qi Compatible

If your smartphone lacks wireless charging capabilities, you can easily add Qi compatibility to your device, even if the manufacturer didn’t include it.

You’ll need a universal wireless charging adapter featuring a micro-USB connection. Alternatively, you can find Qi sleeves and adapters designed for specific smartphone models. Additionally, you can purchase new back panels (for certain smartphone models) enabling contactless charging. Qi is likely to become a standard feature on most smartphones in the near future.

Conclusion on Qi-enabled Phones and Wireless Charging for Mobile Phones

Wireless charging, or Qi-enabled charging, is now a standard feature in most modern smartphone models from various manufacturers. Samsung and Apple are leading the charge, including wireless charging in their smartphone models.

Current Samsung smartphone models and newer iPhone models feature a faster “Fast Wireless Charging” standard, which is backward compatible with lower wireless charging power levels and older Qi chargers. Wireless or inductive charging is increasingly prevalent in everyday life and has gained renewed popularity thanks to Apple’s increased investment in Qi technology.

As smartphones become more powerful, the availability of energy is becoming a pressing issue. Wireless charging makes everyday smartphone use more convenient. Moreover, the growing ubiquity of wireless Qi charging has led to its increased recognition among mobile phone users, particularly in public spaces where Qi chargers are increasingly available.

In the near future, smartphones may be able to exchange energy—a concept known as “reverse wireless charging,” briefly mentioned in the Qi-compatible Phones List. While this concept offers promising possibilities, its current limitation lies in its slower 5-watt charging capability. Nonetheless, it remains a highly intriguing concept with immense potential, especially in emergencies.

Reverse wireless charging primarily targets smaller mobile devices utilizing inductive charging, such as smartwatches and Bluetooth headphones. One notable instance of reverse wireless charging is the Samsung Galaxy S10, which marked Samsung’s entry into reverse wireless charging technology. As of August 2022, Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra is the latest model featuring reverse wireless charging technology according to the Qi standard. Manufacturers such as Belkin, Anker, and Zens, alongside Samsung and Apple, offer robust inductive chargers. We keep you updated on Wireless Charging here at

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This Post Has 23 Comments

  1. Maike

    Ist das Samsung Galaxy s21 5g auch Qi fähig?


      Yes, the S21 5G is ready for wireless charging

  2. Tiffany

    Is a Lg Stylo 2 qi compatible

  3. Filipe

    Hi. Do you know if Nokia XR20 is compatible with qi wireless charging?

  4. Theresa talbert

    This was very well written. Easily understood for someone who is ignorant to new tech like me!! Lol
    Thank you. I have figured out my lenovo tablet and iphones for wireless charging.

  5. Yaël

    Do you know if my Huawei Psmart 2019 is QI-Enabled? He can’t charge because of a broken element and i want to use a wireless chargong before to repare it, thank you.

  6. Scott

    Really good thread but why don’t more/all smartphones have wireless charging as standard? Is it a failing standard?


      wireless charging is a comfort-feature which is mostly added in premium smartphones, but also cheaper phones with wireless charging are existing.

      the market is continously growing and qi standard is quite the contrary to a failing standard – most of latest high-end smartphones from well known manufacturers have it built-in by default and also offering own accessoires like qi chargers.

  7. Pat Arend

    Very informative thank you for such detail, will check further to see if I can adapt the QI. Purchased phone told was QI bought the disc came home. Next day returned to phone store. Oh sorry about that. So to up grade another $200. So now stuck for a few Years. My bad for not researching prior to shopping.

  8. Nancy

    Can you get a wireless charging adaptor that will enable wireless charging on my Jitterbug 2 smart phone?

  9. Jimmy lawson

    Is the rebel 4plus is that qi for faster charging

  10. Leslie D.

    Is the LG Stylo 4 compatible with the Qi wireless charger? If not, how can I make it compatible?

  11. abbas

    how we can make wireless charging coil, i mean with details such as which kind and diameter and length for the wire. I wish to make a coil for wireless charging, I need details, thanks


      sorry, we dont have any informations about that!

  12. Michelle O'Neill

    Please let me know if my phone is comparable. I’m right in the store to buy it. But I won’t untill I receive an answer.
    Thanks a lot.
    Michelle O’Neill


      Im sorry, the Moto g stylus 10 is not qi enabled.

  13. Michelle O'Neill

    I still don’t know if my Moto g stylus version 10. Is Qi comparable.

  14. Fabio

    Huawei P30 doesn’t have wireless a charge. Only the pro.


      For the P30 Huawei offers a additional Wireless Charging Case for upgrading it with qi-standard, thats why it has no mark with a star in the list below – but you’re right, i will delete the P30 from the table. Thanks!

      1. Aneta

        Hi, is Samsung Galaxy A10 compatible with Qi wireless charging? Thanx

  15. james

    nice list, will most upcoming smartphones have wireless charging?

  16. Jacquelyn Peggs

    Hi, the Qi Phone List: All Qi enabled Phones & Devices 2020 article
    it is well written and has helped me a lot.

  17. Lenig

    Best car with wireless charging i have ever drive, is BMW!

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