Nokia’s DT-900 Wireless Charging Plate and DT-910 Wireless Charging Stand hit the FCC
Nokia is brining wireless charging to the masses with its next generation of Lumia phones. Last month, the company unveiled several wireless chargers including the DT-900 Wireless Charging plate and DT-910 Wireless Charging Stand. Today, both devices won FCC approval, just in time for the launch of Nokia’s Lumia 920 and 820 Windows Phone phones.
The DT-900 Wireless Charging Plate is pictured above and you can see the FCC filing for the device here. Photos of the DT-910 were not released in FCC filings, but you can see label location photos and test reports for the DT-910 here.
Nokia’s wireless chargers support the Qi wireless standard, and can be used with any device that supports Qi. The company will also release a wireless charging pillow called the Fatboy, but to our knowledge the Fatboy has not yet won FCC approval.