MediaTek Circuit Supports A4WP, PMA, and WPC Charging
Mar 2, 2015, 9:05 AM by Eric M. Zeman
MediaTek today announced the MT3188, a multi-mode wireless charging circuit for mobile devices. With the MT3188, handset makers and other OEMs can design devices that support resonant wireless charging and inductive wireless charging thanks to this single, inexpensive circuit. MediaTek says the chip is already in production and should reach consumer devices during the first half of the year. Building support for all the wireless charging standards makes it easier for consumers, who will have a much greater choice when it comes to pairing handsets with wireless charging pads or products.
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