Birmingham, West Midlands (PRWEB UK) 26 February 2013
Mobile Fun, the UK's leading online retailer of mobile phone accessories are sticking to their mantra of 'Everything First' by unveiling the Nokia Lumia Wireless Charging Car Holder.
The first of its kind, the official Nokia Wireless Charging Car Holder allows the Lumia handsets to remain fully juiced when on the road and even supports NFC (Near Field Communications) technology.
QI induction technology is used when charging the Lumia handset, whilst having the built-in NFC technology means that when the phone is placed on the charging car holder it can launch apps such as GPS, maps or a music player without the user even touching the phone. Therefore not only does the Lumia handset get charged but the car holder allows the handset to remain fully functional.
Simple and sleek in its design, the CR-200 Nokia Wireless Charging Car Holder simply plugs into the cigarette lighter of the car then attaches to either the dashboard of windscreen. The car holder can be used in either portrait or landscape orientations too, meaning that the Lumia handset can be docked at the safest and most comfortable angle.
As an official Nokia product the highest quality and best fit is guaranteed; with the car holder still allowing access to all the ports and features of the Lumia when it's docked. It's the perfect Lumia 920 charger available, but also works with the Lumia 820 and 720.
The Official Nokia Wireless Charging NFC Car Holder is listed now at Mobile Fun, where users can register their interest to receive information about the price and release date.
About Mobile Fun
Birmingham based MobileFun.co.uk is the UK's biggest online retailer of mobile phone accessories, sim free phones, tablet accessories and e-reader accessories.
Mobile Fun has offices in the UK, USA, Germany, Spain and France and delivers products to over 50 countries worldwide.
Mobile Fun were recently named the 'Best Accessory Retailer' 2012 at the What Mobile Awards and won the title of Online Retailer of the Year' at the Mobile News Awards 2012 for the second year running.