The user just places it on a wireless charging pod.
Nokia has a partnership with Microsoft Windows platforms in trying to compete with the ever popular smart phone(s) iPhone and Droid (run on the Google platform). Windows likes Nokia for their increased user exposure as well.
Seems like 4 million Nokia phones sold in this year's second quarter would be a lot? But in comparison to the 26 million iPhones sold it is a disappointment.
October 26, 2012 Microsoft Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 for Tablets launches and you will see this new Nokia Lumia920 phone on the market.
In this apple monopolized technology world taking up most of the "apple pie" for smartphone users, we will see how much new phones, such as this one, will get? Either way, getting some piece of the pie is better than none.
Read more here: Oakland Tribune on-line news Nokia article
Gary Fowler, Analog Solutions, Executive Technology Recruiter