Best answer: Yes. Like its predecessor, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 supports WPC-based wireless charging. If you’re the proud owner of a Galaxy S10 Series smartphone, you can also take advantage of Wireless PowerShare.
Samsung’s newest fitness watch: Galaxy Watch Active 2 ($280 at Samsung)
Wireless chargers use a big coil to create the field that actually charges your device, which is why placing your phone in just the right spot is usually necessary. Some chargers use multiple coils to increase the working area of the charger, but the new Zens Liberty sports a ridiculous 16-coil configuration that can charge up to two devices at once in any position, with up to 15W of output each. Read More
This $140 wireless charging pad has 16 coils and can fast charge two phones at once was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
What you need to know
Mophie unveiled its new Powerstation Hub multi-faceted charger.
If you have a ton of devices, this is for you.
Woot is offering the ChargeHub X5 Elite for just $49.99 today. It combines one USB-C port, four USB-A ports and a Qi wireless charger for a compact, all-round solution to your varied charging needs. It regularly sells for $80 at Amazon. It’s brand new, comes in black or white, and carries a 1-year warranty.