There is no fact denying that Motorola is betting big on the future of Moto Mods and the recently concluded Bangalore event is a proof for that. As of now, there are various Moto Mods to play music, capture images, project a picture, etc.
But now, Mike Paukert, one of Motorola's 'Transform the Smartphone Challenge' developer is on a mission to do something unique. Yes, he is designing a mod that will charge the device wirelessly and doesn't add the bulky feel to the phone. This mod will be heavily useful for the users of Moto Z as it has a very smaller battery and thin body.
The developer has already built a prototype of the mod which adds the Qi wireless charging tech to the device. That said, this mod will send the power to the device with the help of the USB cable and not the magnetic ports at the back, which is currently being used by other Moto Mods.
Currently, the developer is working on getting funds from various sources to develop the product and he is expected to ship it by the end of this year or maybe by November 2017.