In a post on OnePlus' forum, Lau explained that wireless charging won't make an appearance on the OnePlus 5T, because it's too restricted; it isn't as simple as slapping a handset on a charger and letting it juice up.
Another reason Lau gives is that you can't use your phone to play games or stream video while its being kept on a wireless charging pad.
For wireless charging to be convenient, there needs to be charging pads positioned around your home, which can add up to a significant expense, said Lau. This also means that, as rumoured, OnePlus 5T will not see the coming of wireless charging support.
Lau further writes that OnePlus phones will have wireless charging support, at the correct time.
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Also the CEO has confirmed another feature of the upcoming smartphone. On the other side, the wireless charging produces 15W of power. The successor to the OnePlus 5, this gen-next smartphone from OnePlus has been making rounds on the internet.
Recently, Gionee made it clear that it will be embracing 16W wireless charging for M7 Plus, but this doesn't seem to influence OnePlus. Until wireless charging can reach that level of speed, it will remain my less-preferred option to true fast charging. PVR Cinemas is a pioneer in introducing new initiatives in the cinema exhibition space in India and the live screening of the launch event of OnePlus 5T in NY across select PVR theatres in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune would be the first of its kind in India. All you need is the Dash Charge cable and adaptor to consistently power your device at superior rate. With battery life dropping thanks to phones getting more powerful, we're all used to having to charge our phones every day.
"Wireless charging is an exciting concept that's matured a lot over the last few years".
Unofficial renders show a phone that apes the all-screen design of Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Apple's iPhone X. The OnePlus 5T is expected to have a rear mounted fingerprint scanner, as well as featuring the latest Android Oreo software.