This does open for me an interesting topic. I had wireless charging phones from Nexus 4, 5 but their successors got expensive and jumped to OnePlus which now is DASH but not Qi.
My OnePlus 3T is getting a finnicky USB-C port, I suspect it is the slow accumulation of pushed-in dirt (it looks to the eye clean but obviously...) eventually the physical connection will fail.
This benchmark is telling me that wireless charging has evolved from the trickle charge to faster, to the point we could potentially forego the need to plug to recharge? We would then use wireless for the typical day of home/office/home and preserve using the USB-C port for the atypical Powercore need of out'n'about?
My OnePlus3T is slowly aging, I was thinking of replacing about June with a ....... TBD