Motorola is making a comeback in the US after offering a range of budget capable devices like the Moto C, Moto G (including the Moto G Power and its three-day battery life), and the Moto E, Motorola dipped its feet in the flagship last year Side of the pool with the Motorola Edge and the Motorola Edge +. We named the latter as the “surprise of the year” in our review, as Motorola is likely to offer certain functions such as a 6.7-inch waterfall display, a 90 Hz refresh rate, an on-screen fingerprint scanner and a quad screen would not expect. Rear camera setup including a 108MP main camera with OIS.
Today, Motorola and GuRu Wireless announced that they are trying to develop solutions that allow Motorola phones to be charged wirelessly using radio waves sent over the air (OTA). Motorola’s VP of Product Dan Dery said, “At Motorola we are constantly working to bring innovations to market that can improve the lives of our consumers. With this solution we are giving an insight into the freedom and flexibility that users have with a revolutionary wireless wireless Being able to enjoy energy technology. With GuRu we envision a new generation of wirelessly operated devices. “
GuRu manufactures miniature modules that allow energy to be transmitted over long distances, revolutionizing the customer experience. In today’s press release, the two companies say, “Motorola and GuRu will work together to meet Motorola’s stringent requirements for quality, energy efficiency and safety.” Florian Bohn, CEO and Co-Founder of GuRu, said: “Innovation has always been part of Motorola DNA. The company has long enriched our lives with its smart device and solution ecosystem. We are excited to partner with an industry leader whose goal is to improve the customer experience. Together we will bring true mobility to wearable smart devices and IoT sensors. “
On his website, GuRu explains that his system uses radio waves to send electricity to devices. “Our non-contact energy system supplies devices in households and work areas with electricity. Beams of radio waves transport energy through the air, from the generator to the device.”
The company goes on to say that “these rays intelligently find and power devices. Devices placed anywhere in a room with a nearby generator are automatically powered.” Sounds like something smartphone users will surely look forward to in the future.