In documents made available today from the FCC, it's been revealed that HTC has submitted a request to modify the back cover of the Thunderbolt to allow for wireless charging. Bringing the convenience of this from an OEM could prove to be a great step in the right direction for HTC. We already know LG plans on implementing this and with the Palm Pre approaching it's 2nd birthday, inductive charging is not something new or revolutionary but it's a budding technology in the smartphone arena that a lot of us would like to see take off. Let's hope HTC finalizes this soon and gets it to the rest of its line of devices as well!
Source: FCC, thanks Emeterio!
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