Rising Smartphone Market to Drive the Wireless Charging Market at a Healthy CAGR of 48% between 2015 and 2020

Browse 80 Market Tables, 25 Figures spread through 230 Pages and an in-depth TOC on “Wireless Charging Market” at: http://industryarc.com/Report/7384/wireless-charging-market-report.htmlWireless Charging is a method of transferring electric current from charger to device without need of any physical connection. The market for wireless charging has been forecast till 2020 based on various segments which include type of mode, type of range, applications and geography. The total value for Wireless Charging Market is expected to reach $15.2 Billion by 2020 with a CAGR of 48.68%. The wireless charging equipment market has been prominently segmented on the basis of type of mode and range they serve. Under type of mode, the wireless charging equipment market has been classified into three broad categories: inductive mode which uses electromagnetic induction, resonant mode which uses electro magnetic resonance and frequency mode which uses different waves like radio, micro and ultrasound. Under the range category this market has been further segmented into three segments: short range, medium range and long range Subsequently, the wireless charging market has been exhaustively covered on the basis of its applications. This section covers the market for wireless charging under different product segments such as automotive, consumer electronics, industrial products, health care devices and many others. Each of these product segments are further classified into several type of devices to offer an extensive overview of the market.Request a Sample Brochure @ http://industryarc.com/pdfdownload.php?id=7384The market is majorly driven by increasing sales of smartphones across the geographic regions. Since the consumer electronics market is the major end user industry of wireless charging equipment, the occurrence in the market would directly impact the wireless charging market as well. As of 2014, nearly 117 million wireless charging enabled smartphones were…