First Chinese smartphone with wireless charging

January 11, 2018 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
On the heels of the wireless charging trend, ConvenientPower Systems has developed wireless charging capabilities for the first Chinese smartphone, which integrates Qi and fast wireless charging, for the Chinese market – a market of 1.38 billion mobile users (Statista, August 2017).

The smartphone, Gionee, is a leading brand that focuses on delivering design-forward, high performance cameras and power charging options for mobile users across the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and Southeast Asia.

ConvenientPower Systems developed the fast wireless charging for both the Gionee M7Plus smartphone and the Gionee fast wireless charging pad. The M7Plus smartphone features Qi and the Gionee wireless charger has up to 10-W of power for a fast charge.

"Gionee's launch of fast wireless charging into the world's largest mobile market is a significant milestone for the entire wireless charging ecosystem," said Camille Tang, President, ConvenientPower Systems. "This milestone accelerates innovation and performance by Chinese mobile brands and manufacturers across the ecosystem."

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