One of the cool accessories Nokia announced today was the DC-50, a 2400 mAh battery (we had it wrong in the video) that also has built in Qi wireless charging.
Think of it like one of those portable power packs that you carry around, but without the need for wires. When you want to charge, you just toss down the lil’ brick and lob your phone on top to wirelessly charge (assuming your phone is Qi compatible). The Lumia 920, 928 and 1520 can charge natively, while the Lumia 720, 820, 925 and 1020 can use optional backplates to enable the Qi feature.
The DC-50 will run $99 and weighs 150 grams. While not cheap, it sure is convenient and with its light weight and bright colors, it certainly has some appeal.
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