1. jack_3107's Avatar
    I would like to know if it is possible to charge 2 smartphones conductively in a wireless way by sharing the charge level of their batteries. Hence, the smartphone with the higher level of battery will charge the other one.
    04-06-16 06:57 AM
  2. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    I think wireless charging happens through induction, not conduction.

    You would need the components inside the phone to be able to generate an electromagnetic field that would result in an inductive charge in the other's components. I don't think any phones have any such capabilities aside from the very tiny emitter required for NFC.

    Even if they did it would be very inefficient, so all you would get is two hot phones with dead batteries.

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  3. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    I think wireless charging happens through induction, not conduction.

    You would need the components inside the phone to be able to generate an electromagnetic field that would result in an inductive charge in the other's components. I don't think any phones have any such capabilities aside from the very tiny emitter required for NFC.

    Even if they did it would be very inefficient, so all you would get is two hot phones with dead batteries.

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    Lusitano17 likes this.
    04-06-16 07:30 AM

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