We've all been there. Glancing at the Windows Phone lock screen to find that the battery saver has kicked in with a good few hours to go until a charger can be utilised. This is where portable chargers can be rather handy. Nokia is set to release a stylish charger, called the DC-18, which looks very much like a Live Tile.
So what's the capacity of the product? Just 1720mAh, but it's a trade-off for the dimensions that come in at 57 mm by 57 mm, with a width of just 14.9 mm. That's a fairly compact charger and from glancing at the renders provided, it's a very good looking one too. On the front of the charger is a battery charge status indicator, which is active when the retractable microUSB cable is pulled out from the main case.
The DC-18 will be available in four variants: cyan, magenta, white and yellow. Unfortunately, both pricing and availability have not yet been confirmed by Nokia, though we can't imagine the charger costing an absolute fortune, especially with previous models (with higher capacity) coming in below $50. So, who's up for a stylish charger?
Source: Nokia; thanks to everyone who tipped us!