Best mobile phones with wireless charging in India
The great thing about the wireless charging feature is you don’t have to worry about plugging in your device – simply place the phone on the charging pad and you’re good to go. Wireless charging speeds have been increasing over the years and these days it is close to wired charging.
To help you out, we have curated a list of the best smartphones with wireless charging ability.
How we do our research
Our ranking criteria
We consider each smartphone’s features, including specifications, budget, display out, screen size, ergonomics, battery life, storage space, camera quality and client review, also, most of the listed devices are reviewed by our team members.
Things to look for while buying
If you often stream videos, edit photos or videos, or download and view movies, then a smartphone display ranging from 5.5-inch to 6-inch, full-HD or QHD resolution should be good enough for you.
If you are going above 6-inch then handset might get bulty, making it difficult to carry around. But if you are comfortable with a large display and prefer a big display for checking emails and browsing social media then 6-inch display is ideal for you.
Usually, the handsets are made of metal and plastic. There are even some phones that have glass-coated panels, but those are very limited. If you are one of those prone to dropping your smartphone, it's advisable to go for a metal or a plastic built handset.
If you are a heavy user who needs to edit images, play heavy games, stream videos or often uses apps in split-screen mode, then smartphones with Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 or Snapdragon 820/821 are worth considering. If you are a light user then you can go for MediaTek processors.
Remember, having a higher number of megapixels is not enough. Several other specifications such as camera aperture, ISO levels, pixel size, autofocus and more are essential.
The higher number of pixels means that the size of the image is bigger, which becomes sharper when seen on a small screen. If you are a photographer enthusiast then go for a 12 or 16MP sensor which shoots well in low lights. If you are a casual shooter then you can go with an 8MP or 12MP camera.
The battery usage differs from user to user depending on how they use the smartphones. If you are a heavy user and, play games, stream videos and more then go for a smartphone with at least a 3500mAh battery or above. If you are an average or light user, a handset with a 3000mAh battery would be good enough for a day.
|Apple iPhone 12 Pro||6.1- inch Retina display, M14 chip||M14||Buy On|
|OnePlus 9 Pro 5G||6.7- inch display, 256GB storage||Qualcomm Snapdragon 888||Buy On|
|Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra||12GB RAM, 256GB Storage||Exynos 2100 octa-core||Buy On|
|Xiaomi Mi 10||8GB RAM, 256GB Storage||Qualcomm Snapdragon 865||Buy On|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G||8GB RAM, 128GB Storage||Qualcomm Snapdragon 865||Buy On|
|Camera||30W fast charging|
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