Many wireless chargers for smartphones with wireless charging are available on the market. The most used wireless charging standard for Qi Standard smartphones (pronounced as chee). As more and more smartphones are coming out with the wireless charging option, the conventional USB charging method is becoming obsolete. But the main problem with wireless chargers which are expensive compared to USB chargers. That's where the Nokia DT -900 wireless charger marks before each wireless charger. The Nokia DT-900 charger is not only inexpensive, but compatible with most smartphones, durable and offers the quality of Nokia accessories. The wireless charger available in various color options.
This is the first review of the Nokia DT-900 wireless charger in white.
What comes in the box
The moment you open the charger package, you will find a wireless charging plate with a charging area and Nokia brand. Here where you rest your smartphone to charge. The charging plate has a small socket to connect the power cable and a small LED indicator to show the charging status.
Together with the charging plate, you have a 1.8 m long cable that you will use to connect the charging plate with the power adapter. Get a user guide with printed instructions and directions in various languages.
The box has a large power supply which Nokia claims is energy efficient. It has a small connector to connect the power cord and the 2-pin connector for connection to the external power supply or to wall outlets.
Quality of the charger
Nokia has never disappointed the quality of its products and the Nokia DT-900 wireless charger is no exception. The charger available in funky colors such as white, pink, yellow and blue to complete the Lumia smartphone series.
The charging plate is solid and seems strong enough to withstand accidental drops on the floor, etc. The power cable has a good quality and also the power adapter.
The LED indicator is visible and the light illuminates well to show the state of charge.
Charger functionality and charging time
The charger works well with Nexus 4 and Nexus 5. It doesn't take long for nexus 4 and nexus 5 to recognize the charger and start charging. The charging plate is a bit slippery, so you need to place the charger on the flat surface so that the nexus device charges properly.
As soon as you charge the device on the charging plate, the tiny LED on the charging plate lights up. If the LED flashes long, it means that the device is charged or already charged. If the LED flashes often, it means the charger has a problem charging the phone or the phone is not recognizing it well.
The charger supports the Qi charging standard, so induction works at a distance of 4 cm between the charging plate and the smartphone. The device gets a little warm in the back, but normal and mentioned in the user guide. The charger can charge any Qi-compatible charger including Lumia and Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 devices.
When it comes to charging a smartphone, a standard smartphone is charged with a 2300 mAh battery in about 2-3 hours. He charged Nexus 5 from 5% to 100% in about 2, 5 hours (thanks to the quick charge in the Snapdragon 800 processors).
Nokia DT-900 a good economic option for the wireless charger for your smartphone and available at a price starting from 2000 INR or from 25 to 50 USD even if the MRP listed 3900 INR. The product has great quality and good value for money.
- Inexpensive compared to other wireless chargers.
- Nokia quality
- It does a decent job even with a small charging area on the charging plate.
- The charging plate does not hold the device when tilted.
- Induction makes the back of the smartphone warm enough.
- Not as practical as the USB charger.
- Only capable of charging a single device at a time.
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