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Even though smartphones can’t last a single heavy-use day, fast charging technology has been ramping up to compensate. In fact, wired charging is so fast, phone manufacturers’ efforts are reaching wireless charging technology. While wireless charging isn’t equally fast as wired charging, there are fast wireless charging phones out there that can top up in less than a couple of hours.

List of Best Wireless Charging Phones in 2019

Xiaomi Mi 9

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Mi 9 Explorer Edition with Transparent Back

Xiaomi Mi 9 is probably the best value flagship phone out there. With its Snapdragon 855 chipset and great camera quality, it’s already enough for most consumers out there. But where it really starts to get interesting is its 20W wireless charging capability — it’s currently the fastest in its category.

READ: Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent Edition now cheaper at Php29k

Huawei P30 Pro

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Already looking like the smartphone to beat in early 2019, the Huawei P30 Pro packs the first periscope lens in a smartphone — touting up to 50x digital zoom, 10x hybrid zoom, and 5x optical zoom. It’s also one of the fastest wireless charging phones at 15W. Of course, it reverses wireless charge as well at 2.5W.

READ: Samsung Galaxy S10 5G ties Huawei P30 Pro on DxOMark Best Camera Ranking

Samsung Galaxy S10 series

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Marking the 10th anniversary of the company’s S series phone, the Galaxy S10 introduces three models for the first time in recent years — the S10e, S10, and S10+. Despite the differences in the number of cameras and battery size, all of them sport 15W wireless charging and 4.5W reverse wireless charging.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro

Although the Mate 20 Pro is overshadowed by the P30 Pro, it’s still a beastly device packing a Kirin 980 SoC and a massive 4200mAh battery — capable of 15W wireless charging. It’s also the first phone to sport reverse wireless charging.

For now, nothing beats wired charging in terms of speed. But if you’re looking for convenience wherein cable management isn’t present, wired charging is the answer — so long your phone supports it.

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