Wireless charging with Qi
Simply place your device on top and charging begins!
Full power for your smartphone
Qi chargers transmit power via induction. Electrical coils installed in both the terminal device and the charging cradle allow the power to be transmitted directly to the battery. Simply place your smartphone on top of a wireless charger and the battery begins to charge. The charging technology spares the electrical contacts of the mobile terminal device and does away with cable spaghetti. Ideal for home and the office, or for the centre console in your car.
Your benefits at a glance
- Very convenient
- Simple to use
- No tangled cables
- No wear on the smartphone socket
- Top-quality workmanship and performance
- Exclusive, elegant-looking design
Is your smartphone compatible with wireless charging?
Your terminal device must satisfy certain prerequisites to enable Qi wireless charging. You can easily find out whether your smartphone is compatible with Qi by consulting our compatibility list. The list is constantly updated.Go to the compatibility list
Not compatible with wireless charging?
Hama offers wireless adapters for retrofitting. Simply integrate the adapter inconspicuously beneath your cover, and your smartphone is now compatible with wireless charging. It is charged with a charging current of 800 mA. This corresponds roughly to the standard charging speed of a standard charger or the original charger supplied.
A useful bonus: Your smartphone socket remains free of dust and dirt; wear and tear is avoided.
What do you need?
For wireless charging, you simply need the following components:
- A voltage source. This is normally a USB charger connected to a power socket. However, it may also be a USB socket on a notebook or in the cigarette lighter in a car.
- A wireless charger
You can enjoy the benefits of wireless charging even with a phone cover. We offer a variety of cases and covers (including ones in a booklet style) that are compatible with wireless charging.
Further information on Qi inductive charging
Qi is a wireless charging standard. It is supported by numerous smartphones. The principle of Qi has been used in electric toothbrushes for years without any known physical effects on human health. Due to the low range of Qi wireless charging technology, electromagnetic radiation is considerably limited.
Here we give a simple explanation of how it works:
- The coil in the wireless charger produces a magnetic field.
- A coil built into your smartphone is exposed to the magnetic field. The coil generates electric current from the magnetic field.
- The smartphone uses this current to charge itself.