What’s up? The long-awaited Barway P 40 pro plus is nowhere in my hands. And I know I know it’s all about the monster camera system with this incredible camera array and the true optical Fenwick zoom.
And it will be my focus moving forward. But I really wanted to try out this new Whiteway 40 watt wireless charger. So I ordered it from eBay. It came a little earlier than I thought.
So I wanted to see how this compares with the 30-watt wireless charging on the 1 plus apro and the Shadmi meet 10 pro 5G. Nothing else comes in.
The pack is just the charger itself. It looks clean and minimal.
And the 1 thing that I do like about this charger is that looks like it has two main contact points. You can charge at full speed in a landscape, which is really great, just in case you want to charge while you’re watching content.
So you have to stand it upright while charging all of these phones are draine to zero.
So I’m going to place them on their proprietary chargers to get that full speed. If you use other wireless chargers, you can not get these types of speeds.
Of course, my camera died at this moment, so I had to capture this on my phone. After 15 minutes, the P 40 pro plus has 30 percent, which is really impressive, 20 percent on the one plus a pro, which has been my speed leader in all my other tests.
And the jow me with 25 percent, which is really great. OK, swap batteries on the camera and after 30 minutes we have 51 percent on the Whiteway, which is great.
So that’s nice. Top-up speeds for wireless charging. The 1 plus apro only at 31 percent, which is weird because it’s been faster in my previous videos.And on the ME 10 pro 5G, we have 42 percent. So very similar to the 1 plus when it comes to temperature.
All of these phones are pretty warm at this point, but the Whiteway did seem a little bit hotter than the others. So the next time I will definitely do this. But they’re all warm to the touch.
So. 45 minutes into it, we have 75 percent on the Whiteway P 40 pro plus. So are things steady? Maybe it will charge in one hour which would be awesome.
And we have 61 percent on the 1 plus a pro so it’s catching up.
And on the meat 10 pros, we have 60 percent. So neck to neck on the 30 what side. So here we go. The 1-hour mark. Did the Whiteway charge in 1 hour.
Nope, it did not. It’s really close though and 90 percent still good. Then we have 82 percent on the 1. Plus a proso is steadily catching up. And on the show me we have 82 percent well.
So now they are neck to neck. Ten minutes later. 94percent on the Y way. So it’s slow down quite a bit. And on the 1 plus a pro, it is 93 percent. So here we go. It’s a race to the finish. And on the meat ten pros, we have 94 percent.
So it has completely caught up to the wall way even with the bigger 4500 million power battery at one hour and 16 minutes.
Surprisingly, the show me is at 100 percent full charge. So that is impressive.
Check the one plus and it is at 98 percent and on the Y way, it’s at 97 percent.
1 hour and 21 minutes later the 1 plus 8 pro finishes charging and at one hour and 28 minutes the P 40 pro plus finishes with this 4200 million up our battery.
And it just didn’t seem right that it would take this long. So what I did is I drain the battery overnight and then I tried the test again in the morning and here is the second run.
After 15 minutes we have 31 percent. 30 minutes later we have 53 percent. 78 percent after 45 minutes. So it’s very similar to the test yesterday. 93 percent after one hour. So this run is a little faster.
Checking again at one hour and eleven minutes we have 99 percent.
So this is for sure faster than last night’s run. And at 1 hour and 14 minutes, it charges 100 percent. So like I said, it varies. This is 14 minutes faster than the first time. So I thought I would include this.
Even though this is not wildly different from the 30 watts charging from the competitors or even their own 27-watt charger. I tested with the P 40 pro. This is still one of the fastest wireless chargers out there right now.
There is a good chance software will optimize wireless charging with updates so it can improve.
But at this time, it doesn’t look like extra 10 watts makes a difference. But regardless, wireless charging has progressed so much. And to put it all into perspective, these chargers are faster than the wired charging on the iPhone 11 pro.
So that is a win for wireless charging. I think we can clearly say that wireless charging is worth it in 2020.