When it comes to charging the Nexus 4, Google has a new way for users to do so in style.
The Mountain View, Calif., company began selling a $59.99 wireless charger for its flagship phone this week that also doubles as a stand.
The charger looks like a tilted, black hemisphere. In the back, the charger has an outlet port, and at the top of the device is a charging pad, which is labeled with the "Nexus" brand.
"Its angled surface provides easy visibility of your phone while charging," the device description reads.
When a user lays a Nexus 4 phone face up on the device, it will fully recharge the phone in about four hours. And because the device uses a Qi inductive charger, it'll also work with other popular phones that share the technology, including the HTC Droid DNA and Nokia Lumia 920.