Earlier on we just gave you a link to download the official user manual for the HTC Thunderbolt handset, but now we have juicy information on some of the official accessories that will be available for the device on or after launch, i.e March 17th.
This is not just a single accessory that we’re talking about either, as Phandroid has managed to get hold of images which reveal a multimedia dock, an extended battery and also a battery door as well for wireless charging.
While the pictures up at Phandroid are useful, the real information here is the included prices with the accessories as well. The 2750 mAh extended battery will be priced at $50 – the battery shipped with the Thunderbolt is only a 1400 mAh just to let you know so it should offer you a good few hours more of voice and multimedia usage.
As for the multimedia dock, it will be available for $59.99 and it will switch your device to landscape mode whilst charging it at the same time. There’s also an extra port on there which could be a 3.5mm jack or a HDMI port – maybe even both.
The battery door will be priced at $39.99 and it will give you the ability to charge a battery wirelessly, which will probably end up being pretty useful we imagine. Check out the images over at Phandroid. We’ll be bringing you further details on these accessories as we get them.
Which one appeals to you the most? The multimedia dock is obviously more expensive, but we say the 2750 mAh battery is the most appealing, although you may not be too happy about paying $50 for one.
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