Going Deep: A Look At Nokia's Wireless Charging

Wireless charging has been around for years, but it never really got adopted quite as well as what Nokia has done with its new line of Lumia smartphones and accompanied wireless charging accessories. Nokia's brilliant new convenient wireless charging accessories have an ultra-modern, innovative design to fit the style sense of the Lumia series. We really love what we're seeing out of Nokia. Bright, vibrant colors and sleek, shiny plastic seems to be "in" right now. Nokia made wireless charging so fascinating with good design. Take the Lumia 820, Lumia 920 or the wireless charging enabled Luna headset, and use one of Nokia's four different charging pads in various shapes and sizes to rid of your daily cable plugging routine.


The Nokia Wireless Charging Plate DT-900 comes in five, Lumia matching colors and sports a sleek, 11mm thick low-profile design with a white LED charging indicator. All it does is charge and look pretty.

Nokia's second wireless charger is more of a giant mat in comparison. The Fatboy Recharge Pillow DT-901 is a nylon fabric pillow of a wireless charging pad that does exactly what the Charging Plate does, except it offers a bit more roof for when you get home all tired, and carelessly throw your Lumia on it to charge. You really can't miss it. Nokia's Recharge Pillow DT-901 is designed by Fatboy pillows and will also be available in multiple colors of course.

There's more Nokia wireless charging accessory goodness after the cut!

Next up is Nokia's wireless Charging Stand DT-910. It's compatible with both the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 and features a white LED charging indicator and NFC technology that can activate a pre-specified application once docked to charge in a vertical angle. 

Last but not least Nokia and JBL partnered to release the PowerUp wireless charging Bluetooth stereo speaker with NFC for tap pairing and a wireless charging pad at the top. The PowerUp speaker supports all Bluetooth enabled phones and features playback controls, two 2.5" full range audio drivers and maximum volume output of 94dB. It isn't clear as to whether this is a completely wireless speaker with an internal rechargeable battery or a one that has to be plugged in at all times.

Nokia isn't quick to reveal any prices and availability for their wonderful new devices just yet. We will update as soon as we find out the lowdown!