So since AT&T has improved in my area i've decided to go back to the yotaphone 2 (missed the eink). I have a new one on the way. My goal is to use this phone for as long as possible (3-4 years at least). The problem: at least right now there is no source of replacement batteries. So if it dies I have to pay a very expensive fee to send it to the official repair depot as opposed to doing it myself, or buy a new one. It's Li-Ion, and from what i've read I should recharge it before it reaches 50% and I should not leave on it on the charger overnight. I'm very lazy about plugging my phones into usb and often let them drain to 0%. So I was thinking wireless is the way to go since i'm much more likely to put it on the charger often and many have auto charging shutoffs. But, most of the articles say wireless chargers are hard on batteries since they generate heat and will prematurely kill the battery. I've seen some people say if your going to replace the phone in 2 years then it doesn't matter, but don't use wireless if you want the phone to last longer. The only article i've found that says otherwise is this one: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/wireless-charging-better-batteries-jacob-babcock So what do you guys/gals think? Try to be better with a cord - or go wireless which would make it easier for me to keep it charged? Also if you think wireless is the way to go, anyone know a good brand of qi charger? Some articles said the cheaper wireless chargers generate more heat.