Africa Induction Charger Market is expected to reach USD 51.7 million by 2030

Integration of wireless charging capabilities in public spaces and commercial establishments and increasing adoption of smartphones and other electronic devices are driving up demand for the Africa induction charger market   during the forecast period.

Africa Induction Charger Market was valued at USD 15.23 million in 2023, and is predicted to reach USD 51.7 million by 2030, with a CAGR of 18.4% from 2024 to 2030, according to new research by Next Move Strategy Consulting.

The smooth integration of wireless charging features in public spaces and businesses across Africa has notably improved the convenience and accessibility of this technology.

More cafes, airports, and public transportation systems are adopting dedicated wireless charging infrastructure, encouraging users to choose devices compatible with induction chargers.

This widespread availability not only caters to the fast-paced lifestyle of individuals but also serves as a driving factor for market expansion, cultivating a heightened preference for induction charging solutions among consumers. However, the extensive popularity of USB Type-C connectors in wired chargers poses a considerable obstacle to the induction charger market.

This standardization ensures compatibility with a wide range of devices, establishing USB Type-C as a convenient and adaptable charging solution. Its rapid charging capabilities, often surpassing those of many wireless chargers, enhance its allure, especially for users prioritizing swift charging experiences.

On the other hand, the launch of Qi v2.0, the latest wireless charging standard, is poised to impact the induction charger industry significantly. Offering enhanced features such as magnetic attachment, improved charging speed, higher efficiency, and greater convenience, Qi v2.0 is set to elevate user experiences.

This new standard is expected to integrate the wireless charging industry, promoting smoother, faster charging and broader interoperability. As Qi v2.0 becomes the global benchmark for wireless charging, its adoption is expected to simplify the market and enhance universal compatibility, driving growth in the induction charger sector as more consumers move towards Qi v2.0 compatible charging solutions.

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According to the report, leading players in the Africa induction charger market include Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Apple Inc, Anker Innovations Technology Co. Ltd., Belkin International, Inc., Xiaomi Corporation, Huawei Technologies, ASUSTeK Computer Inc., ZAGG INC., Energizer Holdings, Inc., and Aukey Corporation Limited.

Key Insights from the Africa Induction Charger Market Report:

  • The information related to key drivers, restraints, and opportunities and their impact on the Africa induction charger market is provided in the report.

  • The value chain analysis in the market study provides a clear picture of the roles of each stakeholder.

  • The market share of players in the Africa induction charger market is provided in the report along with their competitive analysis.

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