HTC Thunderbolt Wireless Charger Set to Launch Soon With FCC Approval


The HTC Thunderbolt is notorious for horrible battery life so it’s no surprise that Verizon wants to offer robust charging options for users. As part of their new wireless charging initiative, they’ve been providing wireless charging backs for several new phones, including the Thunderbolt, the LG Revolution and the HTC DROID Incredible 2. Unfortunately, Verizon has yet to bring these to market. Today’s FCC approval means we’re definitely close, though, and you should be able to plop your phone right down on one of those mats and get that horrible battery charged up in no time. [via Wireless Goodness]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I have not had any issues with my T-bolt and battery life.  It actually lasts almost as long as my OG Droid, about a half-day less…  That being said, I’m not on it every 5 minutes checking email, playing games, or surfing the web.  I use it periodically throughout the day for those purposes. 

  2.  I bought an extended battery which I am pleased with. I hope this will work with it. Depending on cost I would consider buying one.

  3. I bought the extended batter and I work the same way. Not on it constantly.  I can usually get 1 1/2 to 2 days out of it.  Occationally it only lasts one day but I am happy with the extended battery.  Plus, is coming out with a phone cover for the extended battery.

    Regarding the wireless charger, I would be interested in it if the price is right.

  4. Hey what up with the incredible 2 wireless charging

  5. When will we see cases that are batteries/backs that are batteries like the iphone has?

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