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In a groundbreaking development for the world of wireless charging, the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) has recently declared the completion of certification testing for the Qi2 wireless charging standard. This significant milestone signals the readiness of this advanced technology for widespread implementation in various products. Excitingly, the first wave of devices boasting Qi2 certification is on the horizon, with accessories tailored for the recently launched iPhone 15 lineup set to debut shortly.

As the industry embraces this cutting-edge standard, anticipation is building for the next Pixel flagship, presumably the Pixel 9, expected to hit the market in 2024 with Qi2 compatibility. The convergence of technological innovation and consumer demand is paving the way for a new era in wireless charging capabilities.

BREAKING NEWS! Qi2 (pronounced “chee two”) wireless charging has officially launched!

WPC (@the1wpc) is conducting certification testing on a range Qi2 devices promising greater energy efficiency, faster charging, and enhanced convenience.

Key highlights include:

— Qi Power (@qipower) November 16, 2023

Leaked dummy units of the alleged Pixel 8a have surfaced online, courtesy of No Name and xleaks7. These images offer a sneak peek into the potential design and dimensions of the upcoming device, sparking speculation and anticipation among tech enthusiasts. The leaks provide a glimpse into what could be Google’s next-generation smartphone, adding an extra layer of excitement to the ongoing narrative in the tech world.

So the s24 line will come with a MagSafe like “Qi2” wireless charging

— #WeAlliPhoneFamily (@iM4CH3T3) November 16, 2023

Pixel 9 to Arrive with Qi2 Wireless Charging Tech

Liyu Yang, a board member at the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) and a wireless charging expert, has been identified by The Verge. Yang, who serves as a senior hardware engineer at Google, is actively involved in leading the investigation and design of next-generation wireless charging platforms for upcoming Pixel products, according to a WPC blog post.

The explicit mention of “next-generation wireless charging” and its association with “future Pixel products” strongly suggests a potential integration of Qi2 charging technology in the Pixel 9 series. Given Yang’s dual role as a WPC board member and a key figure at Google, the absence of this advanced wireless charging tech in Google’s flagship offerings would indeed be unexpected.

Introducing the Next Generation of Wireless Charging, Qi2-MAX!
From #Amphenol, #NXP, and #NuCurrent. #WirelessCharging #Qi2 #Qi2MAX #WPC

— Amphenol Communications Solutions (@AmphenolCS) November 17, 2023

A notable enhancement accompanying the Qi2 wireless charging standard is the introduction of the Magnetic Power Profile (MPP). This innovative technology bears a resemblance to Apple’s MagSafe, and intriguingly, it was a contribution from the Cupertino giant to the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC).

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— Google (@Google) November 16, 2023

While maintaining a 15W charging capacity, the Magnetic Power Profile relies on magnets to precisely align the transmitter and receiver coils, ensuring an efficient and effective power transfer. This development signifies a convergence of technological advancements, where collaborative contributions lead to improved charging experiences reminiscent of industry-leading innovations.

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