Video: Nokia Wireless Charging Stand unboxing and demo with Nokia Lumia 920.

| February 19, 2013 | 20 Replies

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Quick heads up on this video we recorded last night of the Nokia Wireless Charging stand for our Nokia Lumia 920 (or 820 with a wireless charging backplate). Props to MobileFun for this Nokia Lumia 920 charger 🙂

It works just like the Fatboy and the charging plate, just pop the 920 on and it’ll charge up. The difference with the charging stand is that the 920 is on an incline (hence stand :p). There’s an NFC spot at the bottom which will activate a screensaver (black screen, white text clock that also has the temperature and an icon to say it’s day or night (or is that the weather).

Ideally for some it would turn on automatically (no need to go and tap the NFC thing – and then have to accept) but some might want the phone to charge but still show something else on the screen. It would be nice if there was an option where wireless charging for all Nokia wireless  chargers would activate a screensaver automatically (like the touchpad and touchstone).

This has replaced the fatboy as my bedside table charger as I do get to glance at the 920’s clock at night (like I could with the N8/N9 etc and their always on clock).

The stand itself is solid and sturdy, matte at the front but shiny at the base and at the back. The bottom has a slightly grippy material for securing this at the desk.



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Note the charging light at the bottom.

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Category: Accessories, Lumia, Nokia

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