A mobile phone charger works regardless of whether the charger is the right side up or upside down. As I know, batteries should not be charged with wrong polarity. How do those chargers accomplish that?
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The input power supply is AC therefore, on a two-prong charger, the polarity is immaterial because it's always changing/alternating at 50 or 60 times per second: -
Internally the charger uses a bridge rectifier to convert AC to DC and it is the DC that does the charging. The polarity of that DC does not change when you rotate the charger.