Sure, the Nokia Luna works like any other Bluetooth headset, but it can charge wirelessly when placed on the wireless pad. And just look at those colors. Have black, blue, white, red or yellow ever looked so sharp? When you remove the headset from the cradle, the Luna's 'Always Ready' technology takes care of everything and the device is powered by battery with up to 8 hours of talk time and 35 hours of standby. You'll be looking like you're talking to yourself and receiving odd stares for hours
No pricing or launch date was announced, although we would be surprised if the Nokia Luna rolled out to market much later or earlier than the two new Nokia Windows Phone 8 models. And if for some reason you cannot use the wireless charging pad, a USB adapter on the cradle will let you recharge the battery the old fashioned way, with wires.
9.robot9001(banned)(Posts: 25; Member since: 06 Sep 2012)
Apple won over the world with industrial design. All phone companies went with industrial design. Nokia went with disneyland design...But for the disneyland design it charges Apple prices....no wonder the stock fell 15%. looks like nokia learnt nothing from wp7. i smell conspiracy