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  1. wvanellis's Avatar
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    I purchased a developer Lumia 920. It's working just fine on tmobile, simply inserting my sim.

    Since the developer phone only cane with a usb, I'm wondering if the wireless charging feature will work with this phone?

    The wireless charger is also available for the 820 on ATT, but I haven't seen anything saying that the feature will be available on the 810 or 822 on Verizon and Tmobile.

    Wondering if that option is exclusive to ATT phones?
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    I believe the 820 requires you to buy a wireless charging shell to enable the feature.

    The 920 has it built-in regardless of carrier. So you just need to get a charging pad and put it on the pad.

    Its certainly not an AT&T exclusive feature. Just the giving away of charging pads is exclusive to AT&T (for the time being).
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    It is built in to the 920.

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