Nokia unveiled on Wednesday Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 phones features wireless charging and no need to connect the phone itself to the dock. The news comes just one day after Apple announcing its next-generation iPhone event for Sept. 12, heightening the need for rivals to come out with truly competitive devices.
The company has said that the battery will be charged with a charging pad which would come along wireless charging pad and allowing the device to place on top of it to charge. Nokia has also said that it is the largest battery ever installed on a Nokia phone ever.
Nokia has also said that it has made deals with Virgin Atlantic and Coffe Bean & Tea Leaf to have charging stations in public locations.
The new Nokia flagship phone supports wireless charging and Nokia’s PureView 8MP camera, along with a 1080p HD camcorder. Its “floating lens” optical image stabilization technology allows users to take sharp, crisp pictures even when it’s dim. It packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and built-in wireless charging.
Pricing and launch date are still unknown for both phones.