How To Add Wireless Charging To The Samsung Galaxy A51

Unfortunately the Samsung Galaxy A51 does’t come with built-in wireless charging, however we’ve found a simple and cost-effective solution to overcome this.

1. Wireless Charging Adapters

Samsung Galaxy A51 USB-C Qi Wireless Charging Adapter

This cost effective option is the perfect way to add wireless charging to the Galaxy A51. With it’s premium build-quality and coil placement, this wireless Qi adapter avoids the need to replace your back cover or case. Set-up is extremely simple, just plug the adapter into your Galaxy A51’s USB-C port, tuck it around the back of your phone and you’re good to go! Additionally, the adapter is case compatible and works with the majority of cases too, meaning you have the added benefit of protection. What’s more, if you choose to upgrade to another phone without wireless charging at any point, then it’s likely the adapter will work with that phone too.

2. Wireless Charging Cases

Popular handsets without wireless charging as standard, are often accompanied by official wireless charging compatible cases that covert the phone and bring it up to modern day standards. Unfortunately it seems as though Samsung has forgotten about this with the A51, leaving it with very few official cases and at present no wireless charging options that feature the adapter built-in. We’ll keep our eyes out for any official or third party cases that might facilitate this feature and update the article accordingly.

3. Wireless Charging Pads

Now that you’ve upgraded your Galaxy A51 with wireless charging, you’ll be in need of a wireless charging pad. Olixar Wireless Charger

There’s an abundance of wireless chargers available from various manufactures, however one of our favourites is the Slim 10W Fast Wireless Charging Pad from Olixar. With it’s overall slim and compact design, accompanied with it’s stylish design and fast charging capability, it’s certainly one of the top wireless charging pads available.

Additionally, wireless charging isn’t just limited to pads, as there are also wireless charging car holders and wireless charging power banks available, meaning you can really make use of this latest technological advancement.

Wrapping Up

Thanks for reading this article on how to add wireless charging to the Samsung Galaxy A51. We hope that you found this useful and any questions you may have had about wireless charging for the A51  have been answered. Although if you do have any further questions, please leave a comment below and we’ll get back to you.