Among Poco's latest phones is the F4 GT. A few of its high-end specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, a 120Hz AMOLED display, a triple camera setup on the back, and also shoulder buttons that can be used as gaming controls.
The phone is pretty good, but unfortunately, it lacks one important feature - wireless charging. Poco's F4 GT doesn't support wireless charging, which is surprising considering the variety of flagship phones out these days.
However, if you love the phone and think it could benefit from wireless charging, we'll show you how to add it with a few simple and affordable accessories.
To provide the Poco F4 GT with wireless charging capabilities, you will need the following accessories Wireless charging adapters and Wireless chargers.
Due to the lack of wireless charging technology, a wireless charging adapter essentially retrofits the technology into an external accessory that uses the USB-C port on the phone.
A wireless charging mat then pulls energy from the wireless charger, sends it through the USB-C port, and then recharges the battery of your smartphone.
Though native wireless charging would have been better, given how small and slim these chargers are, slipping them into a case shouldn't be too hard.
In some cases, such as those with tight tolerances, it might be hard to find something that is fit properly, so you might need to locate a case that has more give to it.
Using this method, however, will occupy your USB-C port, so you will need to remove it if you wish to use the port for wired charging or to transfer data between your phone and computer.
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For the next step, you will need a wireless charging mat. Here are some wireless charging mats worth checking out if you don't already have one, They are ZealSound Wireless, Charging Pad, Yootech Wireless Charger, Anker Wireless Charger, and PowerWave Pad Qi-Certified 10W.
Wireless charging solutions generally don't deliver as fast a charge as those built into higher-end phones, especially more recent models that feature faster wireless charging.
The wireless chargers listed below will be more than capable of getting the job done if the convenience of wireless charging is more important to you than the speed.
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