Description

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1.CAN MY PHONE DO THIS?
Most of today’s smartphones can be charged wirelessly. Some phones have wireless charging coils built in, the rest of them will need a receiver, which is easy to install and available from this listing.
How do you know if your phone is Qi compatible?
Your device should have a Qi logo on it somewhere, so be sure to check the packaging, the case and the manual. The icon is easy to identify—it looks like a magnifying glass focusing in on the letter ‘i’. Please check the table below to see which phone has the coil built in, or it needs a receiver.

For iPhone
4/4S/5/5S
Need charging case

For Samsung
S3, S4, S5, S6, Note 2, 3, 4,
Built in contacts+receiver

For Nokia
Lumia 920
Built in receiver

Lumia 930
Built in receiver

Lumia 925
Backside have contacts +receiver

Lumia 928
Built in receiver

Lumia 720
Backside have contacts +receiver

Lumia 820
Backside have contacts +receiver

Lumia 1020
Backside have contacts +receiver

Lumia 1520
Built in receiver

Lumia Icon(929)
Built in receiver

For Google
Nexus4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 HD,
Built in receiver

For HTC
Droid DNA(USB Versions)
Built in receiver

For LG
D1L, LTE 2, G3, G2, G4, G5,
Built in receiver

2.HOW DOES IT WORK? Wireless chargers use inductive charging technology the process of transferring energy between two objects through the use of induction coils. Coils produce a magnetic field which sends energy from a charging base station (pad) to a coil on a portable device (receiver). The receiver coil (on the electronic device) takes power from the electromagnetic field which is used to charge the battery