Look, no wires. Nokia's new Lumia 920 smartphone can be charged wirelessly thanks to its own built-in technology.
Known as Qi (pronounced chee), the wireless charging standard lets you place your phone on any compatible charger whenever it needs a boost in power. Designed in cooperation with Wireless Power Consortium co-founder ConvenientPower, Energizer unveiled the .
The Qi standard is now supported by a collection of carriers, service providers, and other companies striving to use the same technology to charge any supported device no matter where you are. Any phone with the right built-in technology can be charged via Qi, notably the Lumia 920. The Lumia 820 can also be energized via a Qi charger but requires a special wireless charging shell.
Nokia has already signed deals with Virgin Atlantic and the coffee chain Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf to wireless charging accessories, including a dedicated charging dock.. Nokia is also working with other companies to offer home
The Lumia 920 is equipped with a 2,000 mAh battery, which Nokia says will get most users through an average day.