New Nokia Phone to Support Wireless Charging
This week Nokia will be unveiling its new Windows Phone 8 handsets at a joint event with Microsoft.
The most recent reports about the new releases suggest that the new Lumia 920 phone will support wireless charging and there are also some more details on the rest of the phone’s specifications.
It has been confirmed that the Lumia 920 will run on a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU with 1GB of RAM. It will also have a 4.5 inch HD display as well as 32GB of storage.
The wireless charging feature means that the phone can be charged simply by laying it on a charging station and then inductive technology will accept the charge without the need for any cables.
There are a number of other devices which support wireless charging, such as toothbrushes, remote controls and a few other phones, and the phone is likely to be compatible with a number of these products.
However, it is unlikely to return Nokia to its former glory days. While wireless charging is a nice gimmick in reality it does not save space and will require you to transport a charging pad or buy more than one if you wish to charge in multiple locations.