, giovanni wrote

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If you don't like fiddling with the micro USB port (who does?), the ultimate solution is not a symmetric port but wireless charging, assuming you can leave the charger permanently plugged in.

I would like both. Wireless charging sounds ideal to me for the nightly "drop your phone on the night stand" scenario, or just when you're working so you can place it on your desk to charge. But then I also need a cable for when I'm on the go. So that still means fiddling, or a symmetric port. So the ultimate solution would be wireless charging -and- a symmetric port.