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Sharp Wireless Charging

Sharp Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation that designs and manufactures electronic products, headquartered in Sakai-ku, Sakai. Since 2016 it has been an integral part of Taiwan-based Foxconn Group. They first introduced wireless charging in 2011 in several of their smartphone models.

SHARP HANDSETS FEATURING WIRELESS CHARGING

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Model

Released

Compatibility

Aircharge compatible accessories

Sharp Aquos S3 High Edition 

July, 2018

Qi wireless standard built-in 

Aircharge wireless chargers

Sharp Aquos SH-06E 

May, 2013

Qi wireless standard built-in 

Aircharge wireless chargers

Sharp Aquos SH-04E

Jan, 2013

Qi wireless standard built-in

Aircharge wireless chargers

Sharp Aquos SH-09D

Jul, 2012

Qi wireless standard built-in

Aircharge wireless chargers

Sharp Aquos SH-07D

Jun, 2012

Qi wireless standard built-in

Aircharge wireless chargers

Sharp Aquos SH-02D

Dec, 2011

Qi wireless standard built-in

Aircharge wireless chargers

Sharp Aquos SH-05D

Nov, 2011

Qi wireless standard built-in 

Aircharge wireless chargers

Sharp Aquos SH-13C

Aug, 2011

Qi wireless standard built-in 

Aircharge wireless chargers

Sharp Aquos SH-04D

Feb, 2011

 Qi wireless standard built-in

Aircharge wireless chargers

         

HOW TO USE WIRELESS CHARGING WITH YOUR SHARP HANDSET

The handsets above are all compatible with Qi wireless chargers such as those found in public spaces and in vehicles, as well as the complete Aircharge range. When using these models, simply place the handset on a Qi wireless charger to start charging.

In Aircharge public spaces, users of other non-Qi handsets can also make use of wireless charging technology through the use of the Aircharge Orb, the world’s first and only MFi Certified multihead adaptor. Simply plug the required connector into the port and place the orb on the Aircharge surface charger to charge. Alternatively, accessories such as the Aircharge keyring or micro USB receiver can be plugged into the device and placed on a wireless charger to transfer charge to the handset.