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One neat feature introduced in the last four years or so is reverse wireless charging, allowing smartphones to wirelessly charge other devices. All you need to do is activate the feature on your smartphone and then the back of your device essentially turns into a wireless charging pad.
Do readers use this feature though? That’s what we want to find out in our featured poll today. So let us know by voting in the survey below and leaving a comment if you have more on your mind.
How often do you use reverse wireless charging?
Do keep in mind that this poll is for people who have phones with reverse wireless charging capabilities. Devices that fit the bill include many Huawei flagships, the Samsung Galaxy S10/Note 10 or later, the Pixel 5 and higher, the OnePlus 9 Pro, and Xiaomi‘s last few mainline flagships.
The first few phones to offer this feature had extremely slow charging speeds (5W or lower), making it virtually useless for anything other than true wireless earbud cases and wearables. This still rings true today for many devices, although we also see some phones offering 10W speeds.
Either way, you can let us know whether you use reverse wireless charging via the poll above.