DesignThe Nexus 4 Wireless Charger looks unlike any phone charger I’ve seen, and that goes for wireless chargers, too. The most similar gadget I reviewed, the Energizer Dual Inductive Charger, sports a large rectangular charging pad that’s inclined at a slight angle.
On the other hand, if you need to buy a separate case to use the Samsung’s Wireless Charging Pad, you can probably find cheaper options online. You may also be somewhat disillusioned by the fact that it’s not completely wireless, and it takes roughly 33 percent longer to charge your phone than traditional, wired charging.
In contrast the Nexus 4 Wireless Charger is compact and orb-shaped. About the size of your average tangerine, the device is much more portable than Energizer’s unit. That said, the Dual Inductive Charger features twin charging zones to power up two smartphones at once, plus it has a USB port to offer juice via wired connection.
You can use the Wireless Charging Plate WCH10 to charge any Qi certified device such as the Xperia™ Z3 with Wireless Charging Cover WCR14 from Sony. A wireless charger makes charging easy. For best results, use the AC/DC charger supplied in kit.
|App Name||Filesize||Price||Validity||Operating System||Download Link|
|Wireless Charger||2.1 MB||Free||Life Time||Android||
|Wi-fi Charger||4.4 MB||Free||Life Time||Android||Download Here|
|Solar Charger||Varies with Device||Free||Life Time||Android||Download Here|