Will you be travelling outstation for the 4th of July weekend? If you are, Samsung has provided the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) with all new mobile phone charging stations, which will allow travelers on the go to stop and charge their mobile devices. This will help to ensure that when they land at their destination, they will have a full bar of battery ready to go.
Samsung has already been providing mobile charging stations according to the press release:
“Samsung Mobile has installed more than 421 charging stations in 12 of the nation’s busiest airports that are accessible to more than 400 million passengers. Samsung Mobile has also installed 83 charging stations at 20 of the nation’s largest college campuses, along with six charging stations at The Las Vegas Convention Center and five charging stations at The Mall of America in Minneapolis, MN.”
However, what the new and redesigned mobile charging stations that Samsung will be bringing to the table, include a total of six electrical outlets compatible for U.S. voltage (i.e., 120 volts), two USB charging outlets, four micro USB mobile phone charging plugs and a touch screen display that will provide travelers with information, including news, weather and flight status. There is also a “What’s New” tab for the users to learn more about Samsung’s latest products.
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