Good news residents of San Francisco, it looks like if you own a Microsoft Windows Phone, namely the Nokia Lumia series of Windows Phone handsets, you will be able to enjoy wireless charging when you drop by to your local Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf outlet. The tablets at The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf outlets have been outfitted with wireless charging docks in which customers are able to charge their phones wirelessly for free. Of course it’s not just limited to Windows Phone devices as any Qi enabled phone should be able to take advantage of this feature, although we guess it looks like it’s more of a bid by Microsoft and Nokia to show off its wireless charging devices.
We’re not sure when this feature will roll out across the US, but for now the residents of San Francisco (amongst other cities) will be able to enjoy this feature. So, any of our readers from San Francisco planning to make a visit to their neighboring Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf store?
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