Currently, more smartphones are coming with support for wireless reverse charging technology. This means that users will be able to use their own phones to wirelessly charge another device, provided it also supports wireless charging, such as another smartphone or wireless headphone case, which is undoubtedly a very useful feature.
The problem, however, is that most of the time, users will have to activate this feature manually, which shouldn’t be convenient and a little annoying if you use this feature continuously. However, according to Google5Google, a document about the Google Pixel 5 phone revealed that the phone automatically turns on the wireless recharging feature when connected to a charger.
This feature is known as Battery Share and will work on its own when it detects that the Google Pixel 5 is charging, and is also smart enough to know when the feature isn’t in use and after a short time when you feel like does not use power, turns off automatically. This means users can connect to charge their Google Pixel 5 phones and instantly use the reverse wireless charging feature without having to worry about setting up.
However, wireless recharging technology is not very advanced at the moment, as the charging speed is always very low compared to a special wireless charger or cable charger, but can be very useful in some situations.