Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 New York event is just a few days away but the internet is already full of leaked images of the upcoming Lumia phones, describing their features. Now, The Verge has learned that Nokia is planning on introducing their new Windows Phone 8 devices with wireless charging capabilities and the charging ‘station’ or a charging pad will included in the package.
As some of you might have already guessed, the wireless charging will be done through the induction method, and Nokia will make use of Qi wireless power standard, allowing the phones to be compatible with other third party induction charging pads.
Sources have also informed The Verge about some of the specifications the Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 devices will come with. The Lumia 920, which will likely be Nokia’s flagship smartphone, will have a 4.5 inch HD display, with a 1.5 GHz dual core processor at its core and will feature 1 GB of RAM memory and 32 GB of internal storage memory. (It is likely that other storage capacity variants will also be made available) It is also rumored that Nokia will brand the Lumia 920 camera as PureView. This is likely, but certainly does not mean the Lumia 920 will come sporting a 41 megapixel camera sensor like the 808 PureView. The 808 PureView was a sort of concept device, developed to show to the world, what Nokia was capable of. The Lumia 920 on the other hand will probably come with a more conventional, 8 megapixel camera, but will some PureView image capturing technology features incorporated in it. The front camera is expected to be 1.3 MP.
The Verge expects Nokia to make the Lumia 920 flagship Windows Phone 8 available for AT&T customers first, followed by other. For pricing information and for other facts that have not been revealed yet, we’ll have to wait for only a couple of days more.