OnePlus 5T is all set to launch on 16th November in an event in New York city by OnePlus CEO Pete Lau. This Smartphone is the most awaited one among worldwide OnePlus fans. Also, this is the most rumored Smartphone that is going to equip the wireless charging similar to the gadgets Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the recently launched iPhone X. while the OnePlus offers the dash charging technology with fast charging. As the rumors specify, OnePlus 5 may not be come up with wireless charging option. The OnePlus company has stated that the Dash Charging makes more sense than the wireless charging. Also, CEO Lau has stated that Dash Charging is the superior option for the quick charging.
“Wireless charging is an exciting concept that’s matured a lot over the last few years. But given the current state of this technology, Dash Charge is still the superior choice,” writes Lau in a blog post.
OnePlus 5T Will not support Wireless Charging – All Set to Launch on 16th November At New York Event
The CEO of OnePlus Lau has not directly left any clue regarding the wireless charger of OnePlus 5T. Most probably, the mobile will be coming up with dash charging. Lau likewise delineates two reasons on why he feels dash charge is better when compared remote charge, until further notice. Expressing the main reason, he writes,
“Wired quick charging solutions like ours clearly outshine wireless on quantitative measures. Just plug your device in, and Dash Charge produces 20 watts of power, reliably giving a day’s power in half an hour.”
Lau also accepts to use a remote charger – one is required to keep their gadget properly aligned on the pad with a specific end goal get the advertised charging rates and energy efficiency. However, that is not the situation with dash chargers.
“Some of the best wireless charging pads market the theoretical potential of 15 watts of power, but that’s only if you position your phone correctly. Wirelessly charging more than one device at a time further divides that number, leading to even slower charging per device.”
The second reason on why dash charger is better than wireless, Lau says, “Dash Charge gives you enough power for the day with just one charging session. All you need is the Dash Charge cable and adaptor to consistently power your device at a superior rate. It doesn’t matter whether you’re gaming or streaming video. Dash Charge stays cool and power efficient.”
To use a remote charger, the client can simply set their mobile at first glance and charge. This is nice in theory, yet isn’t as simple as it sounds in useful, notes Lau. This is on the grounds that when you use a remote charger to control your phone, you can’t get your phone to games or take a photograph or do whatever else. However, that is not the situation with dash charger – you can essentially module and use your phone for anything and at whenever.
“Given present-day infrastructures, wireless charging brings more limitations than freedom. Wireless charging pads, cases, tables, and lamps – these all add up if you want to charge on the go or outfit your home for true convenience, creating constraints for the user,” notes Lau.
“We’ll consider adopting the wireless charging technology when the time is right. Until then, we’ll stick to Dash Charge,” notes Lau.