Vu Qi Wireless charger was hiding at their booth but today it's available for pre-order. More details on this charger that doubles as a stand below.
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NFC capability. Something surely we've all thought about before. Wouldn't it be nice to unlock and start our cars all with our smartphone? Leave those bulky keys and keyless entry add-ons at home. This new smart car uses NFC tags to do just that.
rolled out a new wireless charging solution for Samsung's Galaxy S III device. It is ultra-slim wireless charging station for the phone that should be quite useful for people who want to charge their device wirelessly without adding a lot of bulk to the device. It is designed specifically for the S III, so that means it fits just right.
Apple has filed for a patent regarding wireless charging. Yes, a feature we enjoy in our Nexus 4, the new Nokia Lumia, and multiple other devices. Better hide those Nexus 4's before it's too late. The patent is based around wireless charging technology using magnetic resonance -- something that's been around for some time. More details after the break.
officially announcing their new HTC DROID DNA. The phone is completed by a 5-inch 1080p HD display, quad-core processor, and basically everything we already knew based on leaks -- but one we didn't. Up on stage HTC announced that like the LG Nexus 4, the DROID DNA supports wireless charging right out of the box.
Android event is scheduled for Monday, October 29th, but we're still seeing loads of leaks and tips come in before the big day. Earlier today we got our first look at the Samsung Nexus 10, and now we're getting another look at one more thing Google could be announcing come Monday. Meet the Nexus Wireless Charging Pad!
Galaxy S III smartphone to the world one of the many exciting aspects was wireless charging accessory. Inductive charging has been around for a few years now, but no big name Android manufacturers have ventured into it until Samsung made the announcement. Later that was delayed but now ZENS has announced their own option for the smartphone.
Galaxy S III, then on the same day announced their own powerhouse device in the new LG Optimus LTE2. This phone has all the top-tier specs you've come to expect, and a few you didn't. Like 2GB of RAM and stock wireless charging. Currently an exclusive to Korea we were able to get some hands-on with LG's new flagship smartphone so check it out.
Samsung's Galaxy S III will need to wait a little longer. SlashGear reports that the wireless charging kit highlighted in Samsung's presentation last week won't be available until at least September. A United Kingdom online retailer confirmed that the charging kit wouldn't be available for the smartphone's in-country launch at the end of this month.