Wireless charging is usually slower than wired charging.
While it can be more convenient in the right circumstances, the reality is that charging your smartphone using wired charging is going to be much faster, especially if your phone supports some form of fast charging like Oppo’s Super VOOC.
Is wireless charging better than cable charging?
Pros of wireless charging
Plus, the universal standard — the Qi wireless charger — is compatible with all devices. So, wireless charging for iPhones is the same for Androids. They are also more secure than plugging your device into an unfamiliar charging cable.
How much faster is wireless charging?
Fast Wireless Charging
On a Fast Wireless charger, our Galaxy S7 charged from 9% to 100% in just over two hours, cutting the total charge time in half. A quick look at power input through Ampere confirmed that Fast Wireless Charging was delivering almost exactly twice the amount of energy to the phone.
Is wireless charging faster than USB C?
While USB may seem old-fashioned compared to the wireless charging, the technology has evolved considerably in recent years. USB charging is now much faster than it used to be: most modern smartphones come with Type C connections, resulting in lightning-quick charge times when used with a high speed charger.