We have been hearing a lot of about Nokia’s plans to launch a phablet device called the Nokia Lumia 1520, which according to the rumors could launch on the 22nd of October at a Nokia-held event. Nokia has typically favored wireless charging, even though at the moment it feels more novel than functional, but we guess someone has to get the ball rolling, right? The Finnish company has introduced wireless charging in previous handsets and now according to the folks at NokiaPowerUser, information gleaned from FCC documents has revealed that the international variant of the Lumia 1520 could sport wireless charging capabilities.
Like we said, this appears to be only for the international version of the handset, meaning that for some regions, the Nokia Lumia 1520 might not sport wireless charging capabilities, but then again is that really a make or break feature? This is not the first time we’ve heard the possibility that the Lumia 1520 could feature wireless charging, as per a leaked photo earlier in September revealed that AT&T’s version of the handset could sport wireless charging capabilities as well. Either way more will be revealed presumably at Nokia’s event on the 22nd of October, so check back with us then for the details!
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