- 12-27-2012, 07:40 PM #1
DT- 910 (Nokia Wireless Charging Stand) just arrived. Amazon did not have one in stock at the time of my order; I was able to snag one from the T-Mobile Website. Easy to install and works like a champ. IT DOES require the 822 charging back plate. No NFC app or setup required (NFC will auto-configure when the back plate is attached to the phone). No noticeable difference in phone weight or thickness with charging back plate in place on phone.
The stand is sturdy and my 822 seats nicely in the charger without being tippy. I am able to use my touch screen without moving the phone on the stand - or the stand tipping over. Front notification light on the stand lets me know my phone is charging. 822 will also vibrate or play a sound when charging starts. Charge went from 25% to 100% in < 30 minutes. Back of phone does warm up a bit during charging. I did not have a cover on my phone for the first charge, but my cover and skin make no impact on charging responsiveness. Charging unit turns off automatically when phone is 100% charged.
Nokia Wireless Charging Stand. - Nokia - USA
- 01-02-2013, 12:09 PM #3
I saw an article on WP Central where a Nokia user attached the charger pad to the underside of his desk - and now just sets his phone on his desk (in that designated spot) to charge it. Using NFC, our phones should be able to charge through quite a bit of density.
- 01-10-2013, 07:15 AM #4
I am considering the charging stand and battery door for the 822 with the intent that when Nokia rolls out a higher end phone in the spring I can still use my charging stand. Glad to know it works through cases, I have the Incipio DualPro case.
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