We already knew that Verizon will be releasing Inductive Battery Covers for the HTC Thunderbolt and the upcoming Samsung Droid Charge and popped up on Verizon’s accessory website also and the webpage has been removed.
And now, the folks over The Droid Guy have spotted the Verizon’s wireless Charging Pad in stores, retailing with a price tag of $69.99. According to the previous leaks, the inductive battery cover for Thunderbolt will cost you $39.99 and Droid Charge’s battery cover costs $29.99.
If you are unfamiliar with the wireless charging, you should know that an inductive battery cover lets you to charge the device using LG’s new wireless charging pad. The Wireless Charging Pad has a power indicator that alerts you just how much power is left, and LG says it takes about two hours to charge up fully. So you’ve to pay out $100 at least to keep charging your handset with out any wires. There is no word about which handsets will be compatible with the Wireless Charging Pad. Check out the video after the break to know more about Wireless Charging.