Theoretically, you can remove the camera from any device that has one. However, you will more likely have to deal with notifications each time you reboot notifying you that the camera module is missing/not located/in-operational. Some devices might not boot at all and instead either lock up or give an error message.
You would be better off simply blocking the camera lens using a small piece of tape or something similar.
@Stefan Constantin Dumitrache
Wireless charging still means the charger base does indeed require a wire to be connected to it from an outlet, but the "wireless" reference is indicative of a lack of a wire between the device being charged & the charger. Instead of having to plug the device in & then lay it down on your desktop, you simply lay it down on the charger base. And believe it or not, my Samsung GS4 gets charged in under 70% of the time it charges through a wired charger. I can't say this will be the case for everyone as it depends on the size of the charger coil & receiver coil
You also complain of having to have another device (the charger base) on your desktop only to then analogize that the charger cable can also be used for data transfers. Well, if you are doing any data transfers, then more often than not, you're doing so to a desktop, with a keyboard & a monitor or a laptop computer on your desk. So much for wanting to preserve desktop space!
Don't knock it down until you've tried it.
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