A patent filed by Samsung describing a wireless power "communication system" indicates that we may be much closer to a wireless power smartphone than we generally anticipate.
The document covers a "controller configured to determine whether a mutual resonance occurs between a target resonator and a source resonator; and a modulator configured to modulate data based on whether the mutual resonance occurs." The filing explains a system that includes both a transmitting and receiving component of wireless power.
According to the company, wireless power transmission communication system could find application in areas of cell phones, wireless TV, as well as wireless healthcare devices that are inserted in a body. For example, it "may be used for […] wirelessly transmitting power to a bandage-type device for measuring a heartbeat."
There was no information when this technology could become commercially available. However, we would not be surprised if we saw this technology emerge in a Samsung phone in 2013.